Posted by Matt Baker - Theatrescenes.co.nz - 29 April 2014
... has a great sense of both ease and control on stage, and deftly deals with a light-hearted, nevertheless disruptive, heckler.
Sampson’s skills as both a writer and an actor are evident, from the cracking text and well-driven narrative, to bitterly characterised throwaway lines and occasional dialogue scenes.
Posted by India Essuah - Gatherandhunt.co.nz - 28 April 2014
He earns each bout of laughter for sure, and I can safely say an evening spent at his show will certainly have him earning yours
Posted by Ben Blackman - KeepingupwithNZ.com - 28 April 2014
4 Stars - Stephen K Amos is a class act, a genuine professional of the comedy circuit and his knowledge of how to get laughs from the locals is well-rehearsed and relevant
Posted by Daniel Rutledge - 3news.co.nz - 28 April 2014
This is a gifted, world-class comic and I hope he comes back to treat his Kiwi fans with another live show soon
Posted by Alice Harbourne - Gatherandhunt.co.nz - 28 April 2014
James takes his role very seriously, in fact, commiting to an hour of delightfully innocuous jokes - from how Brit food chain 'Pret A Manger' ripen their avocados to the deconstruction (literal and figurative) of a conga line
Posted by JJ McConnachie - NZbooklovers.co.nz - 28 April 2014
The combination of fanfiction and stand up comedy is unique and entertaining...
Fanfiction Comedy is comprised of fanfiction written and performed by comedians. Brilliant concept, yes – and I can assure you the outcome is better still
Posted by Todd Barrowclough - Gatherandhunt.co.nz - 28 April 2014
... his transitions were seamlessly uncontrived whiIst still giving enough time to appreciate the surreality of some of the situations he somehow fostered
Posted by Robbie Nicol - Theatreview.org.nz - 28 April 2014
Her relaxed delivery, combined with her seemingly total honesty, makes her seem like a close friend sharing her experiences