Each night, Reggie Watts, the beat boxing comedian and actor improvises a performance unlike all of the rest. But why on this night should you see Reggie Watts you ask? Whereas on all other nights you stay home, tonight you get to see what “one man show” truly means. Take Watts’ recent deconstructing or reconstructing (it’s rather unclear which is more apt) of the social physics of academic dialogue during his TED performance earlier this year as an example.
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In a matter of ten minutes, Watts digresses between beat boxing, then progresses with a philosophical and haughty monologue in which he states, “Now with the allocation of the understand of the lack of understanding we enter into an era of new science, in which we feel nothing more than so much so as to say that those within themselves, comparer or non-comparer will figuratively figure into the folding of our non-understanding and a partial understanding to the networks that we all draw our sources and conquests from.” In this manner, Watts is amusing, confusing, exhilarating, and frustrating. Now really, how many people can do that in ten minutes?