Dracula – Unclotted

16 January 2011 all-day
Dracula - Unclotted

In the vein of a spoof-mock-horror-physical-gore-fest-bloody-marvellous show, Alan Committie and Geatan Schmid team up and bring you the epic that is Dracula – my story!

This deadly duo have produced a dynamic, hi-energy clown show in which they retell Bram Stoker’s tale of Harker, Mina, von Helsing and the battle against the evil that is Dracula!

Filled with Biting satire and dead-pan humour this show will bring you all you need to know about Vampires: The tooth, the whole tooth and nothing but the tooth!!


Raffiek Mammom, Cape Argus
“This show is a scream… truly a dynamic duo of physical comedy and a delicious sight to behold… intelligent theatrics… unwavering energy and unsullied performances…”

Varsity magazine
“an hilarious piece that will have you clutching your sides as well as your jugulars”

Nazma Dreyer, Cape Argus
“This show is absolutely hilarious from start to finish…”

Die Burger
“Die dialoog is skerp en die afwisseling tussen sketse gek-vermaaklik”

Mail and Guardian
“Check out the Committie comedy style – and perhaps find out what brand of multivitamins this talented talkshop of one is taking…”

Andrew Gilder, The Cape Times
“a gentle insanity never hurt anyone and if this latest offering is anything to go by, this particular comic performer is probing the depths of his own particular craziness to great and typically comedic affect… a high energy romp…contains an ingeniously modified coffin…the piece shifts pace and visual dynamic with the humour potential of each moment being fully realized…”

Len Ashton, The Argus
“…and yes, I did have some good laughs… 65 minutes of ridiculous clowning adds up to… well, 65 minutes of ridiculous clowning. Both comedians are accomplished buffoons… the audience guffawed and nobody lost any blood…”

Gabriel Botma, Die Burger
“vir n uur moet jy hul tegniek, energie en komiese ingewings aanskou en wardeer…en jy doen dit graag”

“in essence, a well executed slapstick mock horror… the energy is addictive…the use of props is economical and inventive… highly recommended and an entertaining option…”