Expectations have been a recurring theme for me in my reviews this year. When I read that Matt Johnson was doing a show this year, I had a set of expectations. I've seen his work before. In Tooth and 'Nuckle I got the Matt Johnson I was expecting. He is on the edge at all times, pushing you, sometimes with a very pointy stick.
If you go to Fringe festivals and expect that everything is going to make sense, then I think you are missing out. We need bizarre shows, with vagina puppets made from grocery bags. We need raunchy sex crazed stuffed animals manipulated by Johnson as a puppet that then mock audience members for not wearing the right color clothing (pink for girls, blue for boys).
Grocery bags crudely spray painted white to look like teeth contain the props for each vignette. Some of the vignettes are long and some are way too long. None of them paint a coherent portrait of a focused idea, but are none-the-less interesting.
Matt Johnson is not one to shy away from controversy and this production is filled with it, including the belief that it is nearly all improvisational. I would encourage people to go to this show, but don't expect to understand it or even like it. In this case the experience I had met my expectations and I found it really funny. You may hate it more than any show you have seen in your life. Either way, go and experience it. That is why we Fringe