With Puddles during his famous after-show photo sessions...
A friend took me and a bunch of others to see Puddles Pity Party for the Melbourne Comedy Festival recently.
Taking audience interaction to terrifying, uncomfortable and hilarious limits, Pity Party combines karaoke-style tunes with stage props and story elements, never actually speaking, only ever singing (he has a voice that just blows you away), as he searches for love among the crowd. Absolutely recommended. Splendid and inspiring show.
Big feet, big... sculpting budget concerns.
It took almost a whole block of clay to sculpt these babies, but once cast I reckon they might be good for some large monster feet. I like the idea of a troll costume, wearable, with slip-on feet.
Or maybe some everyday slippers?
Us on the golden carousel.
The organisers of the Goblin Ball 2015 gathered all their potential cast together for an adventure day, hunting clues and characters throughout the Melbourne CBD.
Hunting through the National Gallery of Victoria we came across this beautiful golden carousel, deciding quickly that it was worth a photo op.