|SHOWS | CAMP CRACKAHOA
May 4, 2007
The show took the audience to an outdoorsy, wilderness-scented world of camping. Nearly 200 campers squeezed into DC9 to watch the outrageous performances and games. Seven contestants dazzled the audience, but Grant and Anna walked away with the $100 prize.
To honor Mother's Day (the day after the show) and to dispel rumors that CRACK has no values, George W. Bush performed a touching number for his mother.
The contest began with Josh and Julie (along with several puppets) explaining that everyone's a little bit racist. Then Ryan wowed the audience with his comedy stylings including photos of himself as a young kid in DRAG! Watch Part One and Part Two.
Counselor Karl kept the campers' spirits up with a camp song, and was joined by Summer Camp for one more song that taught the campers about the consequences of sipping too much cider. Filip, in a t-back leotard and leg warmers, gave the audience a flashdance dance revolution.
Getting contestants for the first game Smell My Spirit Stick was like pulling teeth. Do we have a bad reputation or something? Why are folks so afraid to get on the CRACK stage? It's not like we make them smell nasty things like rotten fish!
Sheldon told a scary story around the campfire, Grant and Anna wove a web of performance art that culminated with oodles of spiders, PJ Bottoms, a gender-confused camper, was superb as s/he ripped away layers of her gender like an onion, and Heidi Ho returned to the CRACK stage fresh out of rehab.
Summer played another game with two (un)lucky campers: Sleeping Bag Clothes Swap. CRACK also had videos. Campers learned how to earn merit badges and about a sweet little place called Camp HOMOhican. Ooooh, I have a craving for a dirrrty shithole.
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