In Johannesburg, Noah worked the audience for an hour and 45 minutes.
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Trevor Noah walked onto the stage and bantered with the South African audience, which whooped in appreciation.Noah is on a roll, performing sold-out shows in a 1,800-seat Johannesburg theater ahead of his Sept. 28 start in a job held by Jon Stewart since 1999 .That's comic grist for Noah, who also makes fun of romantic relationships, obsessive cellular telephone use and even South Africa's era of white minority rule in his stand-up routines at home.Noah, who built a career in South Africa and has toured internationally, looks forward to broadening his appeal.Noah was self-deprecating about his new job, casting himself as a new kid on the block, an awkward extra in the glitzy world of superstars.
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