I couldn't get Craig's tinyurl link to work, so here is the full address of the review in question:
http://mostlylisa.com/2008/10/mostly-il ... y-on-hair/
Richard's point is well-taken--the review is very snarky, and I don't agree with it.
Nevertheless, Craig is correct: the review is an example of the "hazards" of sitting real close to the stage during some grand illusion shows.
I recall sitting very close to an early 1990's performance of an act that I greatly respect and had been fooled by repeatedly in the past. Unfortunately, the angles of the venue gave me (and my lay guests) quite an "education" that I really didn't want.
These days, I simply choose my seats more wisely so I can enjoy the show!