"Dai Henwood is a born performer and certainly one of the most original and promising young comedians working in comedy at the moment. Expect great things!" (NZ Capital Times)
"What appeals to me in Henwood's comedy is the way he can start on a theme and then take one on a flight of fancy that soars light years from his starting point. One can see easily why The Story of Funk won a TV2 Billy T Award 2002 - it's original. And it's funny." (NZ Dominion Post)
"We've seen their ilk on trash telly, but they've never been quite this funny. In less capable hands, a white boy playing black and dumb could be trouble but, as a performer, Henwood doesn't have a malicious bone in his body, has energy to burn and an endearing presence anyone would forgive. Highly recommended." (NZ Sunday Star Times)
"One of the most original and promising young comedians." (Capital Times)
Renee Te Pairi (Set Designer) Renee graduated from UNITEC with a Diploma in Performance Technology in 2000 and has since been working on numerous theatre and screen productions in design and support roles. Renee worked on two successful shows at the 2002 Wellington Fringe Festival: French Toast, winner of the Best Theatre Award and Indiscretions, nominated for Best Design. She worked in the art department at Canterbury Opera and designed Novaional Film Festival. Renee currently works at Third Stage in Auckland.