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We were pleased that they didn't gouge the consumer on the cost of drinks, snacks and T-shirts/hats. Everything was very low key and affordable. A nice group of people run this place.
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The weather was fair. I wore casual clothes. It is not a fancy affair.
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107 ratings
3.8 average rating
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1 review
26 stars
attended Oct 15 2011

Crazy author who wrote so stupid performance. It is so vulgar and dirty. Watching such elderly actresses with their fat bodies makes you fill abhorrence and antipathy.

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71 reviews
28 stars
attended Oct 15 2011

Did not find it comedic in any way. Was actually affended .
Left at intermission.
Definitely did not enjoy

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Itzik Goldberger
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8 reviews
8 stars
attended Oct 22 2011

This show is lacking in so many ways I can't even begin to describe all of them. There is no plot, and no real acting. If you enjoy watching two middle aged women making a joke of their mature bodies, and especially their breasts - this is the...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Hilarious! Brilliantly conceived”_—Sydney Morning Herald _
“Genuinely side splitting!”—_The Canberra Times _
“Must be seen!”—_The Melbourne Age _
“Tasteful, clever, liberating and laugh out loud funny!”—Daily Telegraph


Busting Out!, the international hit show, is a laugh-out-loud, totally liberating show: part stand up, part musical, part cabaret and all laughter. The show is an uplifting celebration of bouncy songs, wobbly jokes, thigh-slapping sketches, and of course, practical demonstrations of the fascinating lesser-known uses of the leading ladies’ assets. The show combines songs, skits, physical antics, and even shadow puppetry to expose the full comic potential of the naked breast. Transformation into doughnuts and even Batman are involved. “Holy broken bones,” as Adam West used to say.