Marketable concept, yes? Is a review even necessary? Is it competent? Yes, maybe, and hell yes.
The jokes themselves aren’t terribly innovative – that’s not the point, they’re fairly stock, it’s a classic running-in-and-out swapping wigs and one-liners sort of affair – but it’s incredibly well-executed, and there’s just an insane amount of performance polish on this thing. It’s slick, man, hella slick for a Fringe show.
(If I have a complaint, it’s a purely technical one – in the KC venue I saw them perform in, I lost several of the lyrics under the music – which is a major issue in a show where so much of the comedy is generated by said lyrics. They either need to be miked or the sound levels need to come down.)
But, yes – one of those shows that was sufficiently light, and sufficiently pleasurable, that I don’t find myself having much to say in the way of analysis. It’s fun, it’ll probably be a hit, and it deserves to be.