Mario from Calgary, Alberta
He took the stage at 6:13. He left the stage at 7:20. He spent a good portion of the time interacting with the audience, or reading responses to a survey. There were flashes of what could make a great show, but there was so little to applaud, it simply left me empty. Cool to see him respond to the guy who jumped on stage at the start of the show, and refer to him throughout the evening. He did mention that the 9pm show would be completely different, and that we should stay as there were seats available. I guess someone actually heard it, because shortly after the show ended, we were in the lobby and an announcement was made that tickets for the late show were available for purchase at the box office. I probably would have got a better taste of his ideas by ordering a pizza and watching his YouTube videos. Parking was easy ($7 in the lot). Traffic wasn't too bad getting in. Getting out was a challenge, as the LRT crossing keeps traffic at a crawl. I'm sure the ticket said 16+
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