How was your experience?
I enjoyed the show, probably would have been better if he had done the show fifteen years ago as there were many, many "uhm, ah, er, uh" moments, despite three prompters on the stage. He has had an amazing and fascinating life and he tells it with verve and gusto, enhanced by video screen projections of various people and events. There was, I thought, one tale that it was unfortunate that he told as it cast him in a very unfavorable light. He told of purchasing a champion horse, then basically stabling it for the rest of its life until it was, ultimately, euthanized. This story left a really bad impression that kind of lingered after the end of the show. Definitely as must see that makes you wish others with equally long careers in movies/TV would do the same.