This stage com­edy for the adults only

South Waikato News - - ENTERTAINMENT -

The next pro­duc­tion at the Toko­roa Lit­tle Theatre will be Stiff a New Zealand play by April Phillips.

This adult com­edy, which opens in Au­gust, is a bit rude, cheeky and sug­ges­tive but it is also sidesplit­tingly funny and has great singing.

It fea­tures An­gel De­light, a pros­ti­tute, who in­her­its a fu­neral par­lour. En­list­ing the help of fel­low sex work­ers, Sherry, a pros­ti­tute; Rox­anne, a dom­i­na­trix; and Delilah, a drag queen, they at­tempt to run the place as a mas­sage par­lour un­der the guise of it still be­ing an un­der­tak­ers.

The sit­u­a­tions that arise are hi­lar­i­ous, the ac­tion is fast paced and the char­ac­ters are larger than life.

Stiff is the first com­edy fea­tur­ing har­monised singing to be staged at the Lit­tle Theatre and will all be part of a must-see en­ter­tain­ment pack­age.

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