When you need something not off the rack, or you need us to come to you, the PERFUCT STORM team are standing by to make unique performance work to fit your theme or event. 
Here are some examples of these types of performances we've put together in the past. 
Comedian Dan Bain is behind a rain missed window talking on the telephone, presumably to a client who has called with a bespoke performance enquiry.
Welcome to 'Wheel of Dinosaurs!': part game show, part improvised comedy and all interactive.
Three of Aotearoa’s funniest improvisors will test the audience’s knowledge of fun dinosaur facts to find out who gets to spin the Wheel of Dinosaurs!
Once this dinosaur trivia champion has been discovered, they will spin the wheel, selecting which dinosaur will feature in the next hilarious comedy scene.
Produced and performed by children’s theatre veterans Noosed Octopus ('Perfuct Storm', 'A Paintbox of Clowns', 'Why Are My Parents So Boring?'), 'Wheel of Dinosaurs' will deliver plenty of laughs and test your dinosaur knowledge.
It’s the perfect complement to a visit to the Museum’s exhibition 'Dinosaur rEvolution: Secrets of Survival'.

Designed to work in tandem with the Museum's Dinosaur rEvolution display and meet the requirements of a drop-in, drop-out show to suit the potentially transitory nature of the museum's visitors, Wheel of Dinosaurs sold out before opening and was a school holiday hit!

Also, check out our absolutely extra costumes by Astaral!

An image of the perfuct storm team posing in front of a wheel of fortune with dinosaurs on it. Dan is dressed as a Pterodactyl, Kathleen as a Stegosaurus, and Emma as a Triceratops.
“Canterbury Museum loved working with Dan, Kathleen and Emma in our school holiday offering of Wheel of Dinosaurs!  Dan was given a wide-open brief and the team delivered 100% - they were hilarious, super creative and oh so easy to work with – actors, easy to work with?  Yes indeed. They worked with our various limitations and processes and produced an improv show that ensured our visitors young and old had a great time during the middle of winter. Would absolutely work with them again – there is so much potential for fun!”
Rachael Walkington (Canterbury Museum)

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