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I Put A Show In The Sydney Fringe Comedy Festival. You Won’t Believe What Happened Next

I spent the week before my Difficult First Show at the 2017 Sydney Fringe Comedy Festival curled up in a foetal position on my couch. It was right in the middle of music college holidays and I had been putting off finalising and rehearsing the show until this crucial break when I had no college work to do.

When I first submitted my application to the festival back in May, I figured I had plenty of time to get my act together. Come mid-September with just a week to go, for some bizarre reason I figured taking it easy was the way to go.

I had eleven songs I’d written for the show, mostly about experiences at college this year, which made up about 35-40 minutes of material. All I had to do was spin 20 minutes of stories between them and I should be sweet. How hard can it … Continue reading…

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Audience Therapy

What happens when an incompetent, narcissistic talk-show "therapist" with an agenda takes on a hapless client in front of a challenging audience? Hilarity ensues!

We'll sort you, AND your head out.

We'll sort you, AND your head out.

Written and directed by Mark Smith

Starring:
Graham Stoney as Sidebar
Monica Moroney as Antoinette
Wassim Hawat as Jordan
David Berry as Harrison
Mark Smith as Roger

Part of Short+Sweet Theatre Sydney 2015, Wildcards Week 7.

Venue: The Fuse Box, The Factory Theatre, 105 Victoria Road, Marrickville.

To buy tickets, visit: http://www.factorytheatre.com.au/events/2015/02/02/short-sweet-theatre-wildcards

Showing on:

Saturday 21st February 2015 at 2:30pm: Facebook event
Sunday 22nd February 2015 at 12pm: Facebook event
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My Cleaner Does Comedy

Ah, the humble clothes peg. A million and one household uses. Open pretty much any box of anything in my house and what you’ll find is a clothes peg ensuring the continued freshness of the delicious contents.

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