South African humorist Trevor Noah got to be distinctly popular as one of the reporters for The Daily Show with John Stewart on Comedy Central. After Stewart resigned in 2015, Noah got to be host of that program. In any case, before showing up on that show, Trevor was a phenomenal comic. This film was recorded at the Beacon Theater in New York. He had been doing stand-up in different nations. Those encounters shaped the premise of a lot of his comic drama. Since he talks numerous dialects, a lot of his silliness originates from perceptions he made while going far and wide. He depends on silliness utilizing diverse accents and uses those accents remarking on issues both political and easygoing. His political amusingness goes from Brexit in Europe (England voting to pull back from the European Union) to Barack Obama in the U. S. (coolest president ever). His easygoing amusingness goes from having a ‘small little’ drink in Scotland to the force of the vagina contrasted with the frailty of the penis. It isn’t until right around a hour into the stage steering that he raises the theme of ‘fearing the dull’. Here again he utilizes complement amusingness to clarify how he battles the dread: us a Russian inflection. You will be in control and every other person will be anxious.