Eddie Izzard - Unrepeatable (1994)
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"Unrepeatable" was recorded at the Albery Theatre in March of 1994 for a limited sold-out engagement of seven weeks, where he played to 34,000 fans. He won rave reviews all around. According to the UK national daily The Independent: "If all the awards and nominations have gone to his head, Izzard's performance does not show it. When he pulls up in mid-flow there is the same sense you get with Robin Williams sometimes, of the audience racing to catch up with a mind that moves too quickly for them." Subjects comprised in this one-man show include: "New Improved Dyslexia," "Bizarre Wash," "Secret Magicians," "Dopey Politicians," "Jumpy Spiders," "Men In Dresses," "God's Creatures," "Aqua Zimmer Frame," "Horror Movies," "Star Trek" and "Do Earwigs Make Chutney?" … More
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Not as good as Dressed to Kill, but still--
*BUNCH OF FLOWERS*
"Unrepeatable" is one of my top Izzard shows because it's one that is better seen. The show starts with a really nice tracking shot and Izzard's facial expressions and physical comedy are matching perfect with his material. Considering this was a "one take" show, perhaps that made the difference, but that too (that it is one performance and not a sly compilation of performances) is a huge acheivement.
It seemed like there weren't as many laughs in this one for me. Although it is pretty cool to see how Eddie's evolved over the years.
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