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Satire – What Makes a Man Bare All?Satire – What Makes a Man Bare All?

20 Nov 2010 | Published in Store

Anthony’s 2004 Adelaide Fringe debut takes us on a journey that bares all. With musical support from Gary and Rob (and constant interruptions by Michael Hicks), the show features such unusual explorations as:
• why spotted ties send the wrong message
• the rejection letter poem
• the army, cocaine, grenades and me
• why thinking about work can actually increase arousal
• losing your virginity; beware the dark blue ring
• hard up at the puppetry of the penis auditions
• the brighter side of breaking your penis
• a long weekend sleeping out with the homeless
If there is a place in hell for you [...]



2002: A World Cup Odyssey2002: A World Cup Odyssey

11 Jul 2010 | Published in Featured, Store

2002: A World Cup Odyssey is a non-stop sleep-deprived month in the life of Anthony Jucha, an educated and normally sensible man who decided to get to know the world game during the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
In one of the most manic months of his life, he learns what it is to be a fan by walking a mile in their shoes – 7190.51 miles to be exact – watching as many games from as many places as possible. Visiting pubs, stadiums, public squares, cinemas and even more pubs all over Europe, he documents his travels and each nation’s highs [...]



Tinged with GiltTinged with Gilt

1 May 2010 | Published in Store

DVD coming soon…
What makes you feel more guilty? The money you spend on yourself, or the money you have not spent on others? And just how is that pro bono refugee case going?… Anthony asks these questions along the way with hilarious results… at his own expense at least. Featuring a brilliant supporting cast, music, dance, Anthony in his underpants and even free beers for the front row, Anthony Jucha shows just how much value you can pack into a $5 show. Oh and there’s a rather funny bit with a horse so keep your eyes peeled.



2006: A World Cup Odyssey2006: A World Cup Odyssey

1 Aug 2006 | Published in Store

Book and DVD coming soon…



& Other Difficulties& Other Difficulties

1 Mar 2006 | Published in Store

DVD coming soon…
Picking up where his previous fringe show left off, & Other Difficulties… examines life happening while you are making other plans. Depressed about your life direction? Try moving next to a lead smelting plant in Port Pirie. Bored, dejected and drunk? Add variety by doing it in a rural night club. And just to make a day of it, let’s take on the Australian government in a human rights abuse case. How hard can it be? Featuring a hilarious support cast and guest appearance by the hirsute, masculine and suspiciously familiar Patsy Biscuit, Anthony Jucha shows you [...]




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Rocking out in Redfern
Rocking out in Redfern

Most of the lawyers at a music trivia night might have started practising law when Soundgarden rather than Schoolboy Q were moving the kids, but a music trivia night is for the young at heart, writes Anthony Jucha
The crowning event of Law Week this year was Redfern Legal Centre’s ‘Rock trivia fundraising event’.
The invitation encouraged contestants to “get competitive” and “get mean” and “claim the title of ‘Most Rockin’ Law Dudes Ever’.”
I was recruited to help out as a scorekeeper on the night.  I agreed… for the feel-good factor; for something to write about; and for a couple of cold slices [...]

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Launch of Adelaide Edition of Monopoly – Channel 10
Launch of Adelaide Edition of Monopoly – Channel 10

Launching the Adelaide Edition of Monopoly – as seen on Channel 10 News.

 
 
 
 

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Monopoly – ABC Radio 891
Monopoly – ABC Radio 891

A fun (half hour) interview with Sonya Feldhoff from ‘Afternoons’ at 891 ABC Adelaide about The Campaign for Real Monopoly – started by blogger Jonny Nexus to encourage people to play by the rules.
Click here to listen to Part 1 of the Interview
Click here to listen to Part 2 of the Interview
See also on ABC Radio’s page.

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Satire – What Makes a Man Bare All?
Satire – What Makes a Man Bare All?

Anthony’s 2004 Adelaide Fringe debut takes us on a journey that bares all. With musical support from Gary and Rob (and constant interruptions by Michael Hicks), the show features such unusual explorations as:
• why spotted ties send the wrong message
• the rejection letter poem
• the army, cocaine, grenades and me
• why thinking about work can actually increase arousal
• losing your virginity; beware the dark blue ring
• hard up at the puppetry of the penis auditions
• the brighter side of breaking your penis
• a long weekend sleeping out with the homeless
If there is a place in hell for you [...]