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Puppetry of the Penis at Royalty Theatre - Review

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by Stacey Canavan (subscribe)
I'm a 29 year old female Senior Reporter for Weekend Notes. I Graduated from A Bachelor of Journalism at The University of South Australia in 2013 & completed my Diploma in Photography
A-List Entertainment presents 'Puppetry of The Penis' running at The Royalty Theatre until March 7th at 9:45pm. This year featuring the hilarious antics of Adelaide's own comedian Mickey D. Comedian Mickey D has joined the Puppetry of the Penis crew in their current tour.

The Adelaide born comedian, who I've seen perform comedy many times over, took to the stage with the ancient art of genitalia origami and made it look easy. This show has to be seen to be believed. Both Mickey and his partner in crime Willow bend, stretch and twisted their male parts into various objects together with the special effects of digital backgrounds.

Mickey and Willow followed the Dick Trick bible and gave the audience a one-on-one workshop on how to do the tricks from home. Mickey even offered gentlemen in the audience free tickets to his late comedy show if anyone was game enough to try the 'Hamburger Trick', but no one volunteered.

The real eye-opener was when they proceeded to do 'The Lady' where they would tuck their genitals between their legs and twist and curl them to look like a lady's parts. I didn't even know this was a thing, let alone possible.

The show featured penis installation by the contortion of the male genitalia into various positions. Some of the shows tricks included 'The Atomic Mushroom' exactly what it sounds like the penis and testacies switch places resulting in what looks like a mushroom , A trip to Paris with the 'Eiffel-Tower' with a long stretch, try telling the time with your 'Dick Watch' and 'The Loch Ness Monster'. just to name a few.

This show is perfect for a girl's night out that will result in a fun experience and just when you think you've seen it all, they finish on a high by playing the piano while a puppet sings the lyrics to the song, but don't take my word for it, go see for yourself.
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Why? Gential origami
When: Season has finished
Where: Royalty Theatre
Cost: $37 - $39
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