About the show
Definition – A long deep breath: sigh.
Broken up into four parts, Suspiration is an honest, crudely comedic and relatively radical lens on life. Like a roller coaster, it takes the audience for a ride of emotion. This stand up is a story of mental chaos, marijuana and cancer. This is a comedian’s attempt to shine a light on what life is like being a newly orphaned adult.
The first part of this special is the build-up, the excitement of what’s to come.
Every ”Click” going up is a laugh to the top, right before the drop. An introduction to whos on stage with quick clicks to build the audience’s trust.
The drop is the realization of what’s happening and accepting that there’s no going back, only forward. The drop is a slightly political standpoint, and one mans perspective on being caught in the crossfire of America today. From the innocent to outrageously offensive encounters with fellow Americans, it touches on multiple examples of racial and cultural misidentification.
This part is raw emotion, complete honesty and a good laugh the audience can take to go. The release is acceptance of fear and allowing it to become fun.
This part may be a tear jerk, but this is the double loop everyone in their own way eventually experiences too. This is the part that makes it worthwhile.
The Twist and Turns.
The ride only gets better from here, the scariest part is over, now it’s just fun. The best is always saved for last, pure comedy, the crowd deserves it. They sat through the ”Ups and Downs” and ”Twist and turns” but like all good things, it must come to an end. Hopefully, by then, they’ll step out of their seat, enjoy a long-lasting suspiration, and tell themselves
”I enjoyed the ride.”