By Robert Woods and Tyler Jacob Jones
Directed by Gemma Hall and Tyler Jacob Jones
Starring Tyler Jacob Jones, Erin Hutchinson, Robert Woods and Tamara Woolrych
Until Jan 28
Robert Woods and Tyler Jacob Jones, Point & Shoot’s composer and lyricist, are nimble, well-schooled songwriters, and Jones writes a mean book (if you get the chance to see his superb little two-hander, F@#K Decaf, later in the Fringe, you should grab it). Woods and Jones are also half of a snazzy cast who play over fifty parts, and almost as many instruments, as they belt through a breakneck spoof of all things Hollywood.
Good as they are, it’s the gals who steal the show; Erin Hutchinson, who does everything from grande dame to shrinking violet, and, especially, Tamara Woolrych, who plays the obligatory Hot Tamale – a pair of identical tamale twins in fact – and has a Lucille Ball while she’s at it.
Link here to the complete review in The West Australian