Wildly Unique Fou Fou Ha! Gets “Out of Order”

This weekend Fou Fou Ha! dresses up for some shenanigans with a toilet in a totally over the top show with outrageous costumes, characters and situations.

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Fou Fou Ha! presents "Out of Order" at Mama Calizo's Voice Factory in San Francisco this weekend, April 6-8, 2009.
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The play is said to be set in a toilet, which you can see here under Clod Hop (Cason MacBride) who is digging for hidden treasure (you have to go to the show to see what he finds...).
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Fluffer (Jonny Signer) makes a face in "Out of Order: a musical that comes out of a toilet" playing this weekend (4.6.2009 - 4.8.2009) at Mama Calizo's Voice Factory at Mission and 11th Streets in SF.
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Here Slugger (Jen Colasuonno, right) socks Clod Hop (Cason MacBride, center) who falls onto Woopsy (Ben Turner).
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Tante (Raymond Meyer) has his way with a toilet bowl cleaner... (see what I mean?)
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Vegas, soaking up the spotlight, is a performer in local klown-fI band Gooferman, as well as Fou Fou Ha!
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Woopsy (Ben Turner) gives some ballet attitude.
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Mama Calizo’s Voice Factory is a tiny little community theater with multiple rooms for performances on the second floor above Mission Street near 11th.
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Clop Hop (Cason MacBride) is one of the seven performers in the play who mix acrobatics, slapstick, cheap thrills and potty humor in the two-weekend only performance.
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Fluffer (Jonny Signer) looks down at Clod Hop (Cason MacBride) with the ever-present toilet looming in the background.
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The audience takes it all in.
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From left to right, Clod Hop (Cason MacBride), Vegas, L'il Orphan (Margery Fairchild), Woopsy (Ben Turner), and Tante (Raymond Meyer).
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Here's a good look at Fou Fou Ha!'s "Out of Order," with acrobatics happening on one side of the stage while someone sits on the pot on the other side. Could Woopsy represent what Clod Hop is dealing with...?
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Tante (Raymond Meyer) gets ready to get down and dirty.
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Clod Hop (Cason MacBride, left), negotiates with Slugger (Jen Colasuonno, on floor), while Woopsy (Ben Turner) shows some moves.
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"Out of Order" is one of the strangest plays I have ever seen, which is saying something coming from a San Franciscan who enjoys underground theater.
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Fluffer (Jonny Signer) shows off those gams. Yowza!
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Slugger (Jen Colasuonno), Fluffer (Jonny Signer) and L'il Orphan (Margery Fairchild, center) carry off Woopsy (Ben Turner) while Clod Hop (Cason MacBride) lies on the floor.
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Fluffer (Jonny Signer, left) and L'il Orphan (Margery Fairchild) do a little dance.
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Vegas on the mic as the others look on.
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Slugger (Jen Colasuonno) prepairs for impact.
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Vegas gets bagged by Tante (Raymond Meyer, left) and Fluffer (Jonny Signer).
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The calm before the bag.
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Slugger (Jen Colasuonno, in air) and Woopsy (Ben Turner) show some acrobatic skills as Clod Hop (Cason MacBride) points with encouragement.
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Tante (Raymond Meyer) isn't afraid to take center stage (next to the toilet of course).
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Vegas (right) assumes his Gooferman performance position: stage left, mic at mouth.
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Fou Fou Ha! present "Out of Order" at Mama Calizo's Voice Factory April 6-8, 2009
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"You wanna piece of me?"
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Finally, we can see them all!
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"Out of Order" is one of the strangest plays I have ever seen, which is saying something coming from a San Franciscan.
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Woopsy (Ben Turner) gets down with the toilet.
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Vegas gets a close-up, well, medium-up.
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The people behind the scenes with Maya Culbertson-Lane (left) who wrote, choreographed and was Artistic Director of "Out of Order," director Tim Barsky (center) and Dwayne Calizo (right), Executive Director of Mama Calizo's Voice Factory.
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Kitten on the Keys is also playing at the Mama Calizo’s Voice Factory this weekend, April 6-8 in an adjacent room @ 1519 Mission Street & 11th, SF.
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Kitten on the Keys holds up an Elton John record in her first full-length one-woman show called "Does This Piano Make My Ass Look Big?"
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After the show, you can pose with the cast for pictures to send to your mother, or put on your facebook to impress, confuse and brag to your friends!
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