Life Lessons with Michelle and Gemma

  • Written by  Kirsty Wilson
  • Wednesday, 03 April 2013 20:23
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(10 votes)
Published in MICF 2013 Reviews  

 

Three words to describe Aardvarks Anonymous? Talented! Talented! Talented! 

The lively twenty-somethings (Michelle Mammana and Gemma Duncan) that make up the exciting duo performed an inventive character comedy at the charming Word Warehouse for MICF.

Life Lessons With Gemma And Michelle - directed by comedy writer and performer Karin Muiznieks - used a combination of observational comedy; stand up techniques and slapstick to deliver a unique show. Gemma and Michelle offered a few helpful hints on how to creatively manoeuvre life in today’s social culture. 

The sprightly pair took the show from strength to strength debating and defining the creative tips between each other until laughter flowed freely from the mouths of captivated onlookers. Audience participation, props and skits within the performance kept things lively and unexpected.

These entertainers work hard. The content was sharp and well thought out, lines were executed flawlessly and they maintained a great energy. Their performance seemed effortless, and fun. The on stage dynamic between Mammana and Duncan was enough to incite BFF envy. These two go together like socks and shoes. 

This is the show I had been waiting for; clever, original and from comedians that I hadn't seen before. Aardvarks Anonymous are serious about the business of comedy. Go and see them!

 

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