The performance was definitely impressive, as were the theatrics, but it may have been more energetic if the concert was a little less theatrical and a little more involved with the band. I've seen the mysteriously leaked professional footage of the original Pink Floyd performance of The Wall, and aside from the very effective and vivid projections onto the wall this time around, the show was almost the same. Not that that's necessarily a bad thing, but with it came its downfalls, mainly the fact that everybody except Roger himself was physically behind the wall and invisible for half of the concert. However, as I said, the projections were brilliant, and the wall was used as a giant screen. I especially liked the visuals that added thoughts to a few of the songs; for example, during Mother.
"Mother, should I trust the government?"
WAYMother was probably the best-performed song of the show because of the amount…