The List Operators do Kids do Compooters

10 Jan 2012-13 Jan 2012,

Around Town,

Chippendale,

Comedy,

Kids,

Performances,

Sydney Festival

Critics' choice
5

Thought Annie the Musical could have done with a few more poo gags? This is the show for you

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Review by Bill Blake (aged seven)
 
I would rate this show C for Crazy. There are two guys, one called Matt who is very crazy, and another called Rich, who isn’t so crazy.
 
This show is about computers. But it isn’t really about computers at all. It’s mainly about jokes. On the stage they have a big cardboard computer that they act things out in – like computer games.
 
A boy and a dad from the audience were brought on to the stage to play a game called Pong. I’ve heard of ping-pong, but not Pong! Matt was wearing a green suit and white undies over the top and he had poo on his undies! It was disgusting and funny.
The boy and the dad had cardboard shields to whack a ball on a stick that Matt was holding. Meanwhile Matt was doing lots of echo noises. The kid won even though he said his favourite game was Lego Star Wars.
 
They did another game called World of Woolcraft. Rich was a Viking guy – he had horns on his helmet it but real Vikings did not, ever! His mission was to save a princess from the evil Dramatic Chipmunk. When the rescuing scene was over, Matt said in a movie-preview voice, “The following fighting scene is rated S – for Stupid.”
It was very stupid. I would rate it VS. We had to throw alien tea towels at them and they squirted water at us.
 
They did a banana joke. Rich had a banana but Matt was always trying to eat it. Matt made a phone ringing noise and every time Rich looked away, Matt had a bite of the banana. It was humorous.
 
I would recommend this show to people who like fart jokes, poo jokes and stupid stuff. I laughed out loud, very much. That’s LOL in computer language. They taught us another: ROTFLSHALBOWCO. That means “Roll On The Floor Laughing So Hard A Little Bit Of Wee Comes Out. I almost did.
 
I would give this show 5 out of 5.
 
BRB – Bill.

 

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Seymour Centre


Address
University of Sydney
Cnr Cleveland St & City Rd

Chippendale 2008

Telephone 02 9351 7940

Price $18.00

Date 10 Jan 2012-13 Jan 2012

Open 10am, 12.30pm

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