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Published March 3rd 2019
Join in their misadventures for the hunt of B-Boyz fame
What do you do when your one mission in life is to be the biggest YouTube stars known for your "sic breakdance skill"? Well, dress up as females and load your YouTube account with tutorials in being a "sik break dancer" as "more chic stuff, = more fame to get".
High energy dance Comedy
You knew you were in for an entertaining ride when the high energy opening number consists of 2 females dressed as males beatboxing and breakdancing to 'Freestyler'. How are these two going to cope when one of their tutorials lands them in an embarrassing situation and even makes a break out star of one of their participants, Janelle? Watch as these two find themselves "confronting Identity crisis, feminist theory and politics" as they continue in their pursuit of internet fame and B-Boy glory.
Comedy duo, Danni Ray and Keely Windred, absolutely make the roles of Dazza and Keif likeable to a point where you want them to graduate from dancing at the Bunnings carpark to at least having more than their current 1 YouTube follower, Dazza's mum. Their performance is outstanding and the show is highly entertaining,
One I wouldn't normally book to see but so glad I had the opportunity to watch. Dazza and Keif Go Viral reminds me of the original goal of Fringe festival – unearth talent with lots of potential. Make sure you 'Release your Wiggle' and book tickets to see this show, as the season is extremely limited.