George Wallace comedian has been performing his I Be Thinkin’ show every Tuesday through Saturday night at The Flamingo to often sold out crowds for over half a decade, and there’s a reason he’s remained a constant in a town where things change fast and often.
Side-splittingly funny, fast on his feet, and able to transition from killer written material to improv without batting an eye, Wallace is a true master of the standup format. Riffing on everything from food, Ikea, gift giving, and his personal life, Wallace has a keen eye for observation that he honed in his first job, as a writer for The Redd Foxx Show.
Every performance is unpredictable, as Wallace has been known to bring up unannounced guest comics, give away valuable prizes, and interact with the audience (doing improvised riffs which include his masterful use of the “Yo Mama” joke), so no two Wallace performances are the same… an amazing feat for someone whose been performing five shows a week in Vegas for over half a decade.
George Wallace has been called “the new Mr. Las Vegas” by The Las Vegas Review Journal and his show at The Flamingo has been called the best 10 PM show in town and “the best comedy show in town, bar none” by Access Vegas. When you see the comedian’s mix of sharply observed written material and off the cuff crowd work, you’ll understand why George Wallace has become as much of a Sin City staple as The Blue Men and The Cirque Du Soleil acrobats.