We've all experienced an OMG or WTF moment.
Those are the moments where you either think, "Wow, that was incredible", or, "What on earth did I just witness?".
And those are the two reactions you can expect from OMGWTF when it rolls through town as part of the Dubbo Fringe Festival.
Show producer and hula-hoop performer Hannah Indigo has brought together an array of 'memorable' performers who will help her to bring OMGWTF to life in Dubbo for the very first time.
"I feel like the title is pretty self-explanatory," Indigo said. "It's a variety night with burlesque, circus, theatre, slideshow magic, with the idea each act should pull a reaction from the audience that is either OMG or WTF, or both.
"Everybody in the show has something that stood out or is memorable to me. Without giving too much away, I have a singer who, the whole time you're watching his act you're like, I don't know what's happening.
"He's an amazing singer but it's so confusing, it's like, I don't know what just happened."
Indigo said an OMG moment for her was when the show took out the award for Best Newcastle Production at Newcastle Fringe last month.
Indigo will also perform her hula-hoop act.
"It's been my professional career for six years now. For a long time, I tried to fit into a box of what I thought people wanted to see from a hula-hoop artist, but it wasn't authentic and I had some really good advice that people come to see you.
"They don't come to see the tricks you do, because realistically thousands of hula-hoop artists can do the same tricks, so I thought, who am I and how can I bring that to the stage, which is how I developed the act I'm doing," she said.
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"It's just me embracing my love for the 80s, trashy, hair metal. A lot of big, over the top tricks with a die-hard rock attitude to go with it."
Indigo said falling into the hula-hooping realm was a happy accident. "It was a total accident. I was a career barrister and I was totally into it," she said.
"Then I got given a hula-hoop as a gift for Christmas and I was like yay... cool, what do I do with it? I started hula-hooping in the ad breaks of my favourite TV show.
"Then I kept getting asked to perform at parties and I was like yeah ok, then someone offered me fifty bucks and I was like, I can do that. I realised that I liked it and started believing people when they told me I was good at it.
"The more I did it the more I just became completely obsessed and in love with it so then I quit my job."
The show will run Friday and Saturday night, May 7 and 8, at the Dubbo RSL Club from 9pm.
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