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We had an great time watching Gary Gulman perform tonight. The crowd was really into it, the humor was smart and very funny and not mean-spirited at all. I read a couple of negative reviews on this site and I couldn’t disagree with them more. This was one of the best comedy shows we’ve seen, and we’ve seen quite a few.
Kris Fattorini from Wilmington, Delaware
Last night's show at the Baby Grand was fantastic! I think he gets better and better every time I see him. Been a fan for years. But my wife is a huge fan. Seeing Gary at least 5 times in the past few years. Keep up the great work and we look forward to the next time!
Dave O'Donnell from Charleston, SC
We must have seen different Gary Gulman(s), I saw his show in October in Charleston, SC and Pittsburgh last night, December 9. I thought his act wandered nicely over his childhood and he wove the Seinfeld story slickly into an absolutely brilliant bit about the Sermon on the Mount. I saw his moments of "distraction" as thoughtful comic pauses, and he was self-deprecating enough to be really endearing. Loved every second of his intelligent act. I waited to meet him after the show where he continued to be warm, kind, and very giving. He was polite and considerate to my mostly home bound brother whom you can obviously see has "issues." I'll leave it at that. He is a very funny and kind gentleman.
Nancy R. from New York, New York
SIMPLY THE BEST
Saw Gary in Charleston, SC in Oct '23. I was mesmerized by his ability to tell a 90-minute long story filled with laughs, obscure and not so obscure references, hilarity, depth, and an enjoyable trip down memory lane, even though, like Gary, my childhood was no box of chocolates. He is the consummate entertainer - smart, sensitive, witty. The ONLY negative is that I am now spoiled - the Gul has raised the bar so high, I wonder if I'll ever enjoy a live comedy show again if it's not Gary! As for the people who are pissed that he told them to Shut the F up, well, guess what? Those around you probably wished you would too.
Chris from Santa Barbara, California
WELL CRAFTED, BITING, TENDER, BRILLIANT
This show 20 Jan 2024 in Santa Barbara was great. He bares his ego, admits his insecurity and need for approval and to be recognized as smart. The reviewers that think he was bashing Jesus or Christians weren't listening! He was exceedingly admiring of Jesus's teachings, especially the Sermon on the Mount. He was quite well versed, and also managed to use some "scenes from the Bible" to great comedic success, not criticism. He might overdo a few things a bit (how much he loves it when his wife asks who's singing on a piece of music) and did make a few unwarranted insults to the audience, but that was either his anxiety and insecurity peeking out, or just uninformed stereotyping of the community. He has taken a lot of care to put together a performance that does not aim for the lowest common denominator.
Doug from Boston, Massachusetts
NOT A PRO
I am a fan, but 11/19 show was not a good one. Gary took time to insult Jerry Seinfeld, God and his audience. He lost me when he checked his phone, presumably to see what time it was. He did seem to be working on his act. He had some notes on his stool, but I only saw him check those once. He was interactive with the audience, especially some friends he had in the audience, but then lashed out at the audience, showing frustration and loosing his train of thought. I like his comedy, generally find him likeable, but this was not the performance of a headlining pro. He was right, his opening act, Alex Edelman, was better.
Domerdog from Indianapolis, Indiana
NOT THE SAME GUY I SAW A FEW YEARS AGOWHICH IS FINE, BUT COULD’VE DONE THIS IN A FUNNY WAY LIKE MOST COMEDIANS DO WITH HECKLERS.
This show provided few laughs. Insulted the intelligence of the audience saying we were Midwestern and wouldn’t understand the meaning of “esque”even though it was on a college campus. Had a go with fellow comedian and Jew Jerry Seinfeld;went on for 20 minutes about the deficiencies of the microwave oven-not funny. Seemed arrogant and irritated Maybe still working through the great depresh. Threatened to throw two people out for talking. Which is fine, but could’ve done this in a funny way like most comedians do with hecklers.I kind of wanna refund. He on at least two occasions insulted Jesuit college/his alma mater saying we’re “no Harvard”even though they are considered a very selective institution of higher learning and the place that provided him a full scholarship. He is no Nate Bargatze. Probably not the funniest comedian at this price point.
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