Incomparable, outrageous and a little out of their minds, The Umbilical Brothers return to 42nd Street with the worst...er... the best of their best. Fed up with the fact that mime just wasn't loud enough, 15 years ago Shane Dundas and David Collins decided to fuse physical comedy with ingenious sound effects to create a warped world of juvenile insanity. Dundas, armed with only a microphone, provides a soundtrack of astonishingly audacious vocal effects for Collins, a malleable modern day clown, as he combats invisible enraged houseflies, fluffy frustrated puppets and one hyperactive crazed cat. Australia's devilish duo morph into super intelligent alien dinosaurs and even compete in the Olympic table tennis finals all under the watchful eye of their disgrunteld "roadie" and a stage manager with a wicked sense of humor. Having tickled the likes of David Letterman and Jay Leno, The Umbilical Brothers return with a carnival of outlandish fun that is "twisted, marvelously peculiar and absolutely hilarious" (Time Out New York). In addition to the regular schedule, there are performances schedule for: Tuesday, November 21, 2006 at 7:00 PM *This performance will feature a signed interpreation for members of the audience that may be hearing impaired. *This performance will feature a talk back after the show. Wednesday, November 22, 2006 at 2:00 PM Friday, November 24, 2006 at 2:00 PM Sunday, November 26, 2006 at 3:00 PM *This performance replaces all previously scheduled Sunday show times. There is no 12:00 PM show and no 5:00 PM show on this day. Please Note: This show contains some adult language and gestures, and immature behavior.