Review by Nick Taras
I felt quite speechless walking out of this. Just like Greg Fleet's show, the laughs aren't that intense, but you leave with a different perspective. Keck talks about the time he tried to commit suicide, and it's amazing the way he turns this into some clever dark comedy. When reviewing a show, I critique it on how much I laughed, but also on the quality of the show itself. This is a great balance of both. Very moving.