100 Things : Dunedin Fringe Festival

100 Things

Tāmaki Makaurau | Auckland

Improvisation Comedy Performance Art Storytelling

Can these improv BFF's set the Guinness World Record for most audience suggestions used per minute in an improv show?

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Tāmaki Makaurau | Auckland

3 actors. 90 minutes. 100 things.

100 Things is the craziest new improv comedy show in Tāmaki Makaurau, and it's coming down to Ōtepoti Dunedin for the first time ever! 

How does it work? In an improv show, the improvisers ask the audience for a few suggestions that will inform how the scene plays out. In 100 Things, the actors will write down — you guessed it — 100 things to incorporate into their show, with a little help from the audience. They have to use all 100 of them, or the show will be deemed a catastrophic failure! If they pull it off, they’ll have set a world record for most ask-fors used in an improv show.

After winning the Late Night Knife Fight improv showdown in Tāmaki Makaurau, this show is travelling all the way to the other end of the motu and making its South Island debut at Ōtepoti/Dunedin Fringe Festival.

Performed by Rebecca Mary Gwendolon (RAW Comedy finalist), Izzy Renton (Shortland St) and Frankie Browne (Ugly Shakespeare Company): three improvisor besties who are always hearing what great chemistry they have together, so they decided to really put it to the ultimate test.

Imagine if the TV shows Taskmaster and Whose Line Is It Anyway? had a baby ... it'll be kind of like that!

"[Mary Gwendolon] and Browne immediately form a natural rapport, as a dynamic double act with excellent comedic timing." - Theatrescenes

"Gwendolon and Renton ... have an excellent rappor t.. Over the course of the next sixty minutes, comical and wholesome shenanigans ensue, which regularly have the audience raucous with laughter." - Red Raven

Be a part of history and get a ticket to see the most audience suggestions ever used in an improv show (as far as we can tell).

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1hr 30min


$18.00 - $23.00

All Ages
Content Warning

Audience Participation

As this is an improvised show, we do not know exactly what will come up on the day. However, because it is an improvised show, the performance you see will be specifically created with that night's audience so it will feed off the vibes in the room and hopefully make everyone feel safe and welcome. The show you see could not happen without you there. As performers we are committed to creating a performance that makes everyone feel joyful and not uncomfortable.



43 Moray Place Dunedin Central Dunedin 9016

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Dunedin Fringe envisions a city ignited by creativity, where all people embrace art, culture and creativity into their daily lives.

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We produce the Dunedin Fringe Festival, Amped Music Project and New Zealand Young Writers Festival annually, curate the White Box Gallery, and manage the performing arts venue Te Whare o Rukutia.

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