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  • We just saw this tonight - our AMC couldn't get the sound to work so it started an hour late. But that didn't change the fact that William Shatner's stage show is funny, heartwarming, and entertaining. He gave an overview of some of his major life-changing moments, and how his experiences have made him who he is. I think he made me really understand how there is part of an actor that is the role they play on TV, but it is only a small part, and outside their lives are just like ours - with ups and downs, loves and losses. I walked away feeling like life is short - and I should say 'yes' more often. And I think that was his intention.
  • onecoolage28 January 2016
    Neither me or son could make out routines except one late in the show when Will adjusted his Mic. No one in the balcony laughed. only the front row seats in the lower section. In the rest room some dialog was discernible. Shatner's vibrancy's and animation was great. I was really excited to attend this show. Quite a let down to fight to make out what was said. The videos could be heard. Hopefully someone can provide a better headset or make necessary adjustments. I know we would have enjoyed all his antics. This was held at Balboa Theater here in San Diego. I think I see other reviews concerning the audio problems. I hope Mr. Shatner is informed of this problem. I don't think he would knowingly preform under these conditions.