But Tisdell needs to work on what it is she wants to explore with this show and stay focused on it. Yes, she provides us with a variety of pyramids: the Global Wealth Pyramid, the Social Media Likes Pyramid and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Pyramid to name a few, but she is unable to effectively bring these in line with her life or observations. She mentions her experience of working with the Massai people, being indigenous and societal expectations, but she fumbles when it comes to effectively connecting these with the different pyramids. At one point she lists a few examples of ridiculous spurious correlations and even though this is quite entertaining, the purpose is unclear.
Venue: Victoria Hotel, 215 Lt. Collins St., Melbourne
Season: Until 21 April | Tues - Sat 7:15pm, Sun 6:15pm
Length: 60 minutes
Tickets: $22 - $25 Full | $21 - $24 Conc | $20 Tightarse Tuesday
Bookings: MICF website