Puppetry of the Penis
In 1996, Australian Simon Morley had the bright
idea of creating an amusing calendar featuring photos of his
penis being bent into strange shapes. He soon met with fellow
"dick tricker" David Friend and the two went began
to put on live shows, partly to help sell calendars.
After becoming a huge hit at the 1998 Melbourne
International Comedy Festival the pair went on tour together
in 1997 performing their "penis installations" to
live audiences across the country.
Their adventures were recorded in the documentary
Tackle Happy and dissected in detail on national radio.
The dynamic duo then performed at the 2000
Edinburgh Fringe Festival and became an "overnight success."
Before long they were performing at London's presitgious West
End theatres and were the toast of the town.
Their show opened in New York in 2001 to rave
reviews. They soon had several franchise shows running in Germany,
the U.K., Eire, New Zealand, Canada, The Netherlands, Italy,
Portugal, Switzerland and Australia. Special auditions were
held to find men with just the right penile talent and a devil-may-care
attitude to public nudity.
Thanks to the fact that their performance
involves two naked men manipulating their genitals onstage,
Puppetry of the Penis has encountered numerous attempts at censorship,
especially in the US. This has actually helped to make them
At time of writing, Morley and Friend have
been reunited in a tour of Australia.
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