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The first and final plays were five star quality and also quite sweet. The show starts off with the story of a mustachioed teenage runaway in the American south who gets taken in by a large-bellied man with a dark secret.
The ending has a bit of a horror movie feel to it. It takes place at summer camp where a few misfits end up on some hairy adventures in the lake involving dancing and a boosh-esque log head.
The middle play about conch-collecting ferrets whose boss is a tea bag was not as strong as the other two but Marny’s goofy facial expressions were amazing.
Another notable highlight of the show was the fantastic striptease scene changes from Andy and Tom. This was one of the most creative and watchable ways I’ve seen to fill which could have easily been an awkward transition between plays.
Each member brought their own flavour to the show, there were no weak links. The characters were all well developed and the actor's use of accents was spot on. The show was filled with moments that were so ridiculous you can’t help but laugh.
'Wrong Side of the Door' is a rare fringe show that’s worth a second viewing. It’s highly recommended for anyone who likes men in tights and women in silly moustaches.