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Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 6:20 pm
by mockingbird
"Gross burgers"?? :hrm:

I can't get enough of this clip. What year is this from again?

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 6:20 pm
by closet jemainiac
nonchalant obsession wrote:Yeah, pretty funny that the next line is, "Shut up, Mom." :lol:

I :heart: Taika

:roll2:

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 10:12 pm
by emira
mockingbird wrote:I can't get enough of this clip. What year is this from again?


June 2001

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 10:45 pm
by mohumbhai mania
SheWolf wrote:
nonchalant obsession wrote:I think someone shouts, "Show us your tits." :lol:
Well that would be logical.


And it sounds like a woman's voice! :o :lol:

Taika makes a lovely lady. I think I had a haircut like Jemaine's back then. The same glasses, too, but smaller teeth. :lol:

This clip is addictive with Jemaine's laugh and Taika's wordless screaming. Oy, they are so much like teenyboppers. Go back 25 years (from 2001), put on some ugly green and purple plaid dresses on them, and that was my Australian fourth form or Year 9 class giggling over Skyhooks and the Sweet and Sherbet and Queen,...

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 1:25 am
by Faith
That was the best part, that it sounded like a woman yelling that. :lol:

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Thu Feb 11, 2010 1:44 am
by LauraK
Maybe it was Loren. :D

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Thu Feb 11, 2010 2:44 am
by vmh
Taika makes a pretty good looking girl. Jemaine, however...

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Thu Feb 11, 2010 3:38 am
by Peaches
Haha, yes, Taika is definitely the more attractive lady of the two...

Say what, Mo did you grow up in Australia?

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Thu Feb 11, 2010 5:14 am
by mohumbhai mania
Maybe it was Loren. :D


a-hhahahahaha, that would be great if it was!

Peaches - I lived there from 1975-76. My dad was teaching there on sabbatical. It was lovely!

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Thu Feb 11, 2010 6:10 am
by Peaches
Isn't that a common cat call over there? I know when I see men in womens outfits I just can't help but yell out "Show us yer tits!" :lol:

Ah, so you're like 1/323 Australian Mo! :D

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Thu Feb 11, 2010 7:14 am
by DangerMouse
Just poppin' in to say J makes a very homely chick :shock: He is going to need some help from RuPaul if he does that again.

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 4:19 pm
by Venus
I recently came across this page with pics. I don't think it's been posted yet. :)

The Untold Tales of Maui

Taki Rua Productions and Humourbeasts invite you to enter into a new kind of theatre experience. Join us as we bring the ancient legends of Maui-tikitiki-a Taranga into the modern age and tell them in a funny way.

Young Tama is a troubled teen. His Nanny a simple but wise woman, is given the task of imparting to her wayward grandson, the sacred knowledge and lessons of her forefathers through the tales of Maui, our most revered ancestor.

The stories take us on a journey into ancient Hawaiki, to a time when the sun raced across the sky like an impatient horse and you could catch fish the size of a small South Pacific nation. Centring around Maui, the tales follow him from birth to death, include all the famous myths and also one or two that have, up until now, never been heard.

At first, young Tama has no interest in these ancient myths, but through his Nanny’s incredible storytelling abilities, coupled with state of the art multi-media devices such as massive back-projections, puppetry and computer animated characters, the young fool is soon drawn in to the mysterious and fantastical world of Maui and his famous exploits.
Reviews

“Funniest play of the year”
- NZ Herald, December 2003

“…so hilarious the audience was in stitches”
- Sunday Star Times, December 2003

“ Humourbeasts Jemaine Clement and Taika Cohen offer the funniest, freshest burst of Maori-driven humour since the “whiti repati” of dear departed Billy T James”
- NZ International Arts Festival, Dominion Post, March 2004

Creative Team

Written by Taika Cohen and Jermaine Clement
Director Andrew Foster
Script Advisor Oscar Kightley
AV Design Tim Capper
Lighting Michael Keating (2003) David Lawrence (2004)
Sound Design Warryn Maxwell
Stage Manager Simon Vincent
Publicity Hiona Henare
Production Manager Alice Tinning

Cast
Taika Cohen, Jermaine Clement, Rob Mokaraka (Court Season only), special guest Cliff Curtis (Downstage season only - final performance)

Date & Times

2004
NZ International Arts Festival, Wellington
NZ International Comedy Festival, Auckland
Otago Festival, Dunedin
Court Theatre, Chirstchurch
Bats Theatre, Wellington
Downstage Theatre, Wellington

2003
Meteor Theatre, Hamilton
Forum North, Whangarei
Silo Theatre, Auckland


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Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 4:36 pm
by nonchalant obsession
:shock: :prayer: :supz: Freaking awesome! Another great find, Venus!

Jemaine! First I giggled at the one where he has his glasses on... :purple: ...not very warrior-like. Then I was put in a lusting stupor by the parting of the grass skirt. :drool: What fine male specimens they are. :prayer: :prayer:

Has anyone seen this play? It sounds fascinating. Very different from the cross dressing/lewd Humourbeasts dancing clips we've seen.

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 4:51 pm
by mockingbird
I had the same reaction to the glasses. :lol: Jemaine cuts a fine figure in the one where he's doing his macho muscle man pose. :drool: I know I've said this a million times but I will always love how sexy he is when he makes fun of sexy. :heart: It's a rare gift. ;) Taika's tattoo is cool. I read somewhere that NZ is one of the most heavily tattooed nations in the world. Surprising that B & J don't have any, as far as I know - and after seeing DFS I feel fairly confident that J isn't hiding one anywhere, lol. I guess Bret might still have one someplace. :lol:

Surely someone must have videotaped this play, right? Don't you think J's or T's girlfriend or mom or someone would have done it? Don't actors sometimes record their performances so they can perfect it? This, and The Frogs, and ...So You're a Man... where are these things??

nonch - lol, we cross posted during your edit. ;)

Re: Humourbeasts

Posted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 4:57 pm
by nonchalant obsession
Well I'll admit I just looked at the pictures the first time... :whistle: ...and it took me a few minutes to recover the ability to form a coherent thought and actually read the accompanying text. :lol: