Posted by John Smythe - Theatreview.org.nz - 30 April 2014
... Fell fools us admirably.
Posted by Nik Smythe - Theatreview.org.nz - 30 April 2014
... it is a privilege to encounter the man's historic national debut.
Posted by David Farrier - 3news.co.nz - 30 April 2014
... the laughs come thick and fast.
Posted by Sharu Delilkan - Theatrescenes.co.nz - 30 April 2014
... unassuming, provocative, raw, fresh and above all else funny.
Posted by Anh Doe - Macandmae.com - 30 April 2014
The man himself is a compelling story teller – be it that smooth baritone voice (some may call it sexy), his articulate delivery or that somber facial expression he adopted when laying down the synopsis of a rather horrific Chinese movie...
Posted by The Daily Blog - Thedailyblog.co.nz - 30 April 2014
... well-crafted observational humour that has the intimate flavour of having a great conversation with a funny guy.
Posted by Ingrid Grenar & Steph Bean - keepingupwithnz.com - 30 April 2014
5 Stars - One not to be missed!
Posted by Daniel Rutledge - 3news.co.nz - 30 April 2014
Last year I called Rose Matafeo the most exciting young comic in the country. She still is.
Posted by Caleb Prince (age 14) - Keepingupwithnz.com - 30 April 2014
4.5 Stars - This is a must see show for these school holidays. Just go along, let your imagination run wild and enjoy the ride. As Jeff says, no matter how old, or how big you are, there’s always time to play...
In any (and every) case, audible gasps ensue when the jumbled clumps of bric-a-brac are backlit to produce another eye-popping living cartoon silhouette on the rough-edged screen. Slick, distinctive vocal characterisations are the icing on the cake...