Clink com­edy clas­sics

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - GROOVE -

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 try­book­


the Sound and Fury team are re­turn­ing to the Clink The­atre

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