Mollie and I have been to The Vic a number of times to see movies and concerts, but since this was our first time seeing a comedy show, we weren’t sure what to expect. The floor area was set up with chairs and the place was already packed by the time we arrived–right before the hilarious opener, Cameron Esposito, took the stage. We eventually settled on some seats to the right of the stage, and as the pictures prove, we weren’t right in front. This was our second time seeing Reggie Watts. As I watched him sing beautifully while manipulating his tape machine with looped vocal effects, I was, as always, blown away by his talents. My one word review would be: Unacceptable, a term that Reggie wants to re-define as something good. A Live at Central Park is his new CD/DVD and it’s a must own for anyone who hasn’t heard his classic “Reggiohead” bit. And don’t forget about Comedy Bang Bang, which will premiere June 8th on IFC.