George Wallace at the Flamingo
Just The Facts, Please.
Medium, Old School Vegas Showroom. 750 seats
10pm, Tues. - Sat.
George has been know to seed the audience with performers that he invites to join him on-stage.
Mavens Overview: George Wallace
George Wallace has been around for a long time, he began his career as a comedy writer for "The Redd Foxx Show" (1986). George's longevity in the business helps give him the confidence to tailor each show to the audience at hand. This can be both a blessing and a curse, in that when George is truly in-tuned with the audience, you'll have a great evening, when that is not the case the show can drag a bit, has George tries to connect with the audience.
The Internet Buzz is mostly favorable, the audience is usually filled with die-hard George Wallace fans.
Some trivia, George Wallace was the best man at Jerry Seinfeld's wedding.
Internet Buzz: George Wallace
- We had so much fun. The show was simply awesome, funny and very interactive. There are so many favorite parts. I especially liked the "Been Thinking" videos that previewed before George Wallace came on stage.
- The theatre itself is typical Vegas old-school. Assigned booths and seats at group tables. Dark and red. Overall, a good ambiance.
- The first part of the show was just interactions with the audience members. And that really was some of his funniest stuff. Some of the other stuff was clearly older, as it was stuff I already read in the reviews - but funny all the same.
- I truly enjoyed this show more than I thought I would. I was never a fan of his growing up, a bit old school
- Just not into it, I don't think going to Vinnie Favorito the night before was a good thing, because his show was so funny that George Wallace REALLY paled in comparison .. his show kept going on and on and on so long that we decided to just leave before it was even over .
- I was pleasantly surprised by how entertaining the comedy was, at times interactive, and even though the majority of his jokes obviously came from southern, church-raised childhood; he made sure nobody was left out.
- He's old school...think Richard Pryor or Red Foxx