Russell Peters is one of the most famous stand-up comedians nowadays and he will be performing in Macau for the first time ever on the 26th of February. "The Russell Peters Almost Famous World Tour" features new material from Peters, and promises to deliver a night full of laughs in Studio City. In a quick interview with Magazine & More, the comedian shared some of his thoughts about performing in Macau, as well as some quite interesting career stories.
M&M: What process do you use to develop your routine?
Russell Peters: I talk about the world and the way I see it. I just have to pay attention to the world around me.
M&M: Any funny stories you would like to share from one of your performances?
Russell Peters: Back in 2006 I was doing a show in Boston and while I was in the middle of a joke, the audience started cheering. I thought, “man I'm really killing up here”. All of a sudden I saw a girl in the front row point to something behind me. I turned around and there was this huge rat walking right towards me!
M&M: Finally, any message to your fans in Macau regarding your performance?
Russell Peters: Studio City looks like an amazing venue and geared toward a great experience for my fans. It's going to be a fun show. This current version of the tour is quite different from what I did last year in Hong Kong. The show has changed a lot plus there's a ton of new material.