Luke McGregor may behave awkwardly in the dating game, but if chicks like a guy who can make ‘em laugh, call him Casanova.
The title character in Joel Tito’s comic theatre piece is a pathetic loser, but thankfully this one-man show has a larger, stranger, funnier cast.
Hannah Gadsby truly finds her voice in this ambling, intimate and ultimately profound catalogue of the routine humiliations that sculpt our outlook on life.
It’s the Case of the Youthful Prank and diligent dick Lawrence Leung is all over it in this well-done mystery show.
Writer/performer Sarah Collins presents an affectionate, hilarious and finely crafted vision of suburban community choirs… aided by a decidedly weird 14-member backing choir.
This likeable English sketch comedy troupe offers meat-and-potatoes skits, performed with flair… and a few twists.
Why bother going to see MICF stalwart Arj Barker this far in? Because he’s still adorable, funny, and enormously personable.
Wannabe author Jennifer Wong had a bad night, but she’s still a charming performer whose handling of race in Australia is more intelligent than average.
Sydney hipster Gen Fricker deadpans and strums her way through a disjointed and only occasionally funny Melbourne debut.