Joel Creasey in ROCK GOD

by Sarah M. Chichester · August 13, 2014

Joel Creasey in ROCK GOD is a (mostly) one man stand up comedy show from Australia about having your own “Rock Gods”- role models and people one looks up to; from what it’s like to meet them, what it’s like if they don’t live up to your expectations, from famous people to family member rock gods and much more.

This hour long comedy show is simply fantastic. It started with a male actor playing female character Tracy Erwin (real name unknown), the half sister of Steve Erwin and stage manager of the show warming up the audience. He was very interactive with the audience for about 10 minutes (including letting an audience member throw a boomerang on stage) before Joel Creasey came out on stage. 

From Joel's entrance to the end of the show, I never stopped laughing at his story-telling, theatrical style of stand up. He delves into his own experiences in such a brightening, hysterical, and inspirational way that no matter how you feel before entering the theatre, you can’t help but feel great after his entertaining performance.

He’s only performing his show at The Player’s Theatre for a short amount of time, so seeing his show is a must if you want to see a performer with powerful presence on stage and a short feel good comedy show!





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