A rather sad turn out for Taylor Glenn with immensely depleted audience numbers, it was certainly a lonely affair. Glenn's performance was relentless nonetheless. Besides the odd adlib acknowledgement of the sorry state of affairs in the pews, her set was calm and controlled and the intimacy actually lent itself well to her material: reflecting on her career as a psychotherapist in material inspired by her 'journey from one delightfully insane profession to another'
It was refreshing to have a comedian to warm to, rather than recoil from. She creates a relaxed atmosphere in the room and flatters the crowd or lack thereof, proving that stand-up doesn't have to be soul sucking. This charming American female comic shows promise on the stand up circuit - flattery gets you everywhere.
Nothing from her set stands out as being particularly memorable but I definitely recall being entertained. It was a gentle comedy; on the whole there was a smattering of polite smiles with chuckles at most. With little to write home about, or writeup about, Taylor Glenn's Reverse Psychomedy doesn’t stand out as stand up, but Glenn delivers as an engaging performer.