In Conversation With: Kaitlyn Rogers of ‘Can I Get An Amen?!’

In Conversation With: Kaitlyn Rogers of ‘Can I Get An Amen?!’

One of our highlights at Tulpa from the latest Fringe was Can I Get an Amen?! by Kaitlyn Rogers. The Fringe is over and Kaitlyn’s already at the Melbourne Comedy Festival to take her show to another audience. We decided to get in contact with her to find out more about what went into making [...]

Maggot

Maggot

Maggot is plainly and simply one of those oddities the Fringe is so good at offering up. Confusing, bizarre, and thoroughly enjoyable, it’s a show to seek out in its short run at Raj House. The three performers, Elle Wootton, Angela Fouhy and Freya Finch, offer up a series of unusual characters in truly strange [...]

Sense and Spontaneity

Sense and Spontaneity

Presented by Esther Longhurst and Jess Mess, Sense and Spontaneity is an improv show which changes night to night. In true Jane Austen fashion however, the women keep to the traditional problems facing Austen women: they are headstrong and in want (or just lacking) a husband.   Thursday’s show began with an interview, of sorts, [...]

James Donald Forbes McCann: McCann-dle in the Wind

James Donald Forbes McCann: McCann-dle in the Wind

The creator of one of my favourite Fringe shows, Wolf Creek the Musical, as well as The Sound of Nazis the Musical, James McCann returns to the Adelaide Fringe with his latest stand up offering, McCann-dle in the Wind. Cobbling together anecdotes, observations and self-depreciating ramblings, we are given a real insight into the trials [...]

The Birds and the Beats

The Birds and the Beats

Let's talk about sex, baby. That's the premise of Grant Busé's show, The Birds and the Beats. Armed with only the basics (mic, guitar, and loop pedal) the Melbourne-based performer welcomes the audience to class and proposes to teach us Sex Ed 101. It’s apparent from the first song, the titular “Birds and the Bees”, [...]