Review by Elise Faulkner
Beau Stegmann is pretty captivating on stage; his cheeky smile gets the audience on side almost instantly.
Stegmann tells stories of working for Aus Stereo, getting beaten by Wayne Carey, and ordering flowers for a girl in one of the most creepy, albeit sort of romantic, ways imaginable. Here's Looking At Me is framed by his admiration for Humphrey Bogart and his desire to emulate some of the old Hollywood suave attitude.
Stegmann has a boyish charm on stage and delivers expertly crafted jokes with ease. The show feels natural and honest, something that is hard to achieve.
Here's Looking At Me kept the audience laughing from beginning to end. Check it out at Fort Delta, it's there for another week.