I love politics. I watch the news, I read the articles (not just the headlines!), I search for unbiased opinions. I especially love politics when it’s being made fun of. From The Daily Show and John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight to The Last Leg, I try to absorb news from well-informed, satirical visual formats. How lucky I am then, that the Wellington-based The No Fefe Collective brings us another installment of Public Service Announcements, this one aptly titled: Stranger Politics.
by Laura Ferguson
I am so excited for this show. Standing in BATS, wine in hand, I’m already bouncing and giddy for a fun, hilarious romp in the political arena. Little did I know how much romping would be had in the one-hour of Public Service Announcements Election Day. In fact, much like rompers that are oh, so fashionable today, the show is tight, fun-loving and creates some hilariously awkward situations as the politicians on stage attempt to wriggle their way out of trouble. Within the first fifteen minutes of the show, I’m already sore from laughing. Although, coming from the gifted penmanship of Thom Adams and James Nokise, did I expect anything less?
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