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3 years ago
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Paul Noodle, Phd. Candidate. If you haven’t looked into this show, much like the author of this review, you may find yourself snorting with laughter at the realisation that Paul Noodle is a pool noodle and won’t quite be contributing to the performance quite like you thought. Instead, Jacob Sacher and Jack McGorlick are here...
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3 years ago
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The Victorian Avant-garde Artists Society is here to deliver a piece of cutting-edge theatre for the masses. The twist? It’s all to be improvised on the night with the help of a suggestion from the audience. Like all improvised performances, every show is utterly unique and guaranteed to give you something you’ve never seen before....
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3 years ago
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David Massingham would like you to sketch him, like one of your French girls – whatever that means. With an impressive improv history beneath his belt, Massingham delivers a consistently hilarious evening of sketches, puns and quite impressively timed sketches (in this scenario we’re referring to actual drawings). Sketch Me Like One of Your French...
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3 years ago
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Ed Britton is groping for manhood during his new show of the same name, at this years’ Melbourne International Comedy Festival. From Rubik cube metaphors to trash talking Tasmania, Britton covers a range of material all rounding out to that one question; “how exactly does one become a man?” Britton himself bounds onto the small...
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4 years ago
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Alasdair Tremblay-Birchall’s Fuck a Duck Here We Go may be the perfect example of good, reliable stand-up. His presence is almost a mix of relaxed and awkward as he stands before the audience, his show a parallel to this is. This works in sync with his material, managing to draw large laughs from the small...
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4 years ago
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Lyn Howard is here to change your life – because everyone is miserable and they just don’t know it yet until they meet her. High Achievers is a fantastically blending array of sketches by Chelsea Zeller that manage to showcase both a superb writing and acting ability The show itself is a mimic of a...
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4 years ago
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Carlo Ritchie casts quite a sombre figure standing before the audience within the small space given at Tasma Terrace. His opening bit, a somewhat traumatic and bleak tale of death that he faced on the trip to Melbourne, continues this theme – one that is followed for the entirety of the show while still managing...