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Lano and Woodley

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Lano and Woodley (Colin Lane and Frank Woodley) is an Australian comedy duo. Previously, the two had been part of comedy trio The Found Objects along with Scott Casley. Casley left and so Lano and Woodley debuted as a double-act in March 1993 at Melbourne's Prince Patrick Hotel. Their act features sketch comedy and slapstick theatre. Their television show The Adventures of Lano and Woodley aired on the ABC in 1997 and 1999. In 1994, they won the Edinburgh Fringe Perrier Comedy Award. They have written one book, Housemeeting, published in 1996. Lano and Woodley reunited to tour nationally with a new show named Fly, begun in Canberra March 2018. Career Stage shows Their stage productions include Curtains, Fence, Glitzy, Slick, Bruiser, The Island and Goodbye - all original shows that they wrote and performed themselves. The show Fence was co-written and directed by Neill Gladwin who also directed Curtains. Bruiser The show follows the adventures of Frank an
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