The Wonders of the World are alive and well!

Our opening weekend at PushPush Theater was fantastic! Some new people came out to see us, we got to unveil our new audience surveys, AND the show was awesome! It was really great to hear from people about what they liked and didn’t like. It’s a bit of a departure for us–no blood, tits, gore, nudity, cursing, or even one fart joke–but, all in all, we think our hardcore Twinhead fans were satisfied, and our new fans will be very surprised when they come to a different show!

We have another weekend all planned at Eyedrum, June 11-13! We’ll be performing as a double feature with The Missoula Oblongata’s new show, The Daughter of the Father of Time Motion Study, so don’t miss out!

The Wonders of the World: Recite! (pictures by Eddie Ray)

Our lighthouse is shining!


Cherry is the storyteller, and she'll play some music for you!


Cora and Eugene clean up all the flesh-eating bacteria.


All of the audience gets a piece of cake!


Star sunglasses!


They built the ship Titanic, to sail the ocean blue...


Oh, it was sad when the great ship went down!


These were men of consequence!


Not like Wolfram Frybrid, the fisherman and the mailman.


The reception's not so good, and Eugene's imagination is running wild!


Better do the Octopus Song!


When you see an octopus that's set to attack, then WHACK! WHACK! WHACK!


Cora has a whole collection of dresses. Maybe she'll wear one when Wolfram comes over.


Everyone sees stars. We can see brown dwarves, red giants, the Milky Way!

Don’t miss your chance to see this phenomenal show for yourself! We’ll be posting a little later this week all about The Missoula Oblongata’s new show, The Daughter of the Father of Time Motion Study. See you soon!

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    I saw Missoula Oblongata’s Wonders of the World: Recite! at the Minnesota Fringe Festival and am really glad to see they’re still working and that their work is being done by others too. Fascinating, fun stuff!


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