Clink comedy classics
THE hilarious internationally-renowned trio Sound and Fury are back saving the day in their latest production to hit the Clink Theatre, Dirty Fairy Tales.
Known for their modern take on vaudeville humour, the trio comprising of Richard Maritzer, Patrick Hercamp and Ryan Adam Wells will bring to life three classic fairytales - packed full of innuendos and naughtiness.
The comedy troupe promise plenty of drama, laughter, audience interaction and even improvisation with a fourth fairytale at the end of the evening created by the suggestions of the audience.
‘‘People have a lot of fun watching us, it’s bit more of a party than normal theatre because the audience is included in the show,’’ Maritzer said.
‘‘ We do what we call vaudevillenouvea, based on 1920s and ’30s-style but the humour is updated, it’s much naughtier and with more innuendo than originally existed.
‘‘It’s like stand up comedy with a plot.’’
Maritzer said they love returning to Port Douglas to perform after their busy touring schedule, including the Fringe Festival in Adelaide.
‘‘Port Douglas is very welcoming, the first time we went there we sold out the theatre and no one knew us but gave us a shot,’’ he said.
‘‘Now it’s our fourth time back, it’s always nice to come back and see a lot of the same faces who come year after year.’’
Sound and Fury’s Dirty Fairy Tales will be at the Clink Theatre for one night only on April 4, so get in quick because tickets are expected to sell fast. Because of the trio’s naughtiness, it is recommended for ages 13 and up with parental guidance.
Tickets are $30 each or $25 for members and can be purchased at Goodies Cafe in Mossman, Origin Espresso in Port Douglas and online at trybooking.com.
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the Sound and Fury team are returning to the Clink Theatre