It’s been a ‘two good shows’ week for TheatreSports. On Monday night we had the smallest but ‘bokkest’ audience at The Intimate and we warmed to them, making a really sweet and quirky show. Last night we were totally sold out at The Kalk Bay Theatre, with a big group of Wet Pups (primary school) and another big group of MADS (Muizenberg amateur dramatic society). So you can imagine the cross-section and range of our audience members. 11 year old boys sat next to white haired old couples and they had in common a love and enthusiasm for theatre and improvisation. Delicious. As it always happens, the minute we have a huge number of kids in the audience our show gets filthy and full of sexual innuendos. It always happens like that. If there are religious people in the audience our show ends up being blasphemous. Highlights of last night’s show included a Duet sung by Ryan Jales and I called “Fred the Eskimo” and our end scene was a play based on a made up newspaper headline “Garden gnome comes to life”. I chatted to some of the MADS members afterwards and they were delighted and inspired. It was very lekker.