Tackle happy in the third dimension
better than seeing performers doing tricks with their privates, while wearing no more than their birthday suits? How about adding a giant 3D screen for extra in-your-face action,. The infamous troupe from over-18s cabaret show Puppetry of the Penis return with a new show performed live and in 3D. Audiences will see the boys manipulate their members live on stage and, at the same time, get the 3D experience from the giant screen. The new show uses the latest 3D projection technology, with audience members given glasses to better experience the astonishing and unforgettable ancient Australian art of genital origami. A head-shaking, outrageously funny production, Puppetry of the Penis stars new-generation puppeteers Nacho Regal and Sammy Longfellow performing contortionist tricks that go by names like Weed Snipper, Snail and Atomic Mushroom. Puppetry of the Penis was first performed at the 1998 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. It toured Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Europe, Canada, the US, South Africa and Argentina, and was the subject of comic Mick Molloy’s 2000 documentary Tackle Happy.
on Saturday at 8.30pm.
play an over 18s-only show at Twin Towns