Paul Neeson from Monday Arts caught up with the Kweens of Comedy – Dazza and Keif
Dazza and Keif are best mates and semi-bro-fessional breakdancers from the suburbs, trying to make it big on Youtube.
The problem is that their only followers are Dazza’s Mum and the account Keif set up for his cat.
When an embarrassing viral video thrusts them into the spotlight for the wrong reasons, Dazza and Keif find themselves confronting identity crisis, feminist theory and queer politics.
Created and performed by Keely Windred and Danni Ray, Dazza and Keif Go Viral is a high-energy dance comedy that follows the boys’ pursuit of internet fame and accidental ‘awokening’.
Expect high-energy dance nostalgia, hyper-masc homo-eroticism and obscure Shannon Noll references from this award-winning duo.
Paul Neeson from Arts Monday had the chance to talk to Dazza and Keif shortly before their opening night of Dazza and Keif – Go Viral at the Bondi Feast Festival.