Karate Man – A Live-Action Video Game
SYDNEY FRINGE 2023 BEST IN COMEDY FINALIST
In 198X, Karate Man defeated his evil nemesis Ross Roundkick and restored peace to Karatetown. Now, the year is 20XX and he must face his most challenging adventure yet – ordinary life.
Sit back and pass the video game controller around with your fellow audience members and command Karate Man through gamey challenges, crazy characters and show-altering choices in a one-of-a-kind interactive comedy experience.
Bruno Dubosarsky and Daniel Scarratt of sketch group BEAK, have entertained audiences around the world, and are joined by a cast of Sydney’s favourite alt comedians (Steph Ryan, Tim Dunk, Maddie Atkins) to deliver a show that will be loved by gamers and absurd comedy fans alike.
★★★★★ "Refreshingly Original" Ed Fringe Review
The audience will be controlling the main character of the show with a Bluetooth video game controller, with which ideally everyone will get a turn to play. No prior video game know-how required.
Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts
Every member of Beak delivers their characters with unfaltering commitment to the gag, infusing the whole set with an infectious enthusiasm. - Toby Stinson, Ed Fringe Review
in the absurdist tradition of groups as diverse as Monty Python and The Mighty Boosh. - Issy Flower, Ed Fringe Review
The show is full of whimsical ideas and characters that keep the momentum going and never wanes in its ability to surprise and delight. - Sydney Theatre Reviews
This was theatre melodrama seen through the lens of gaming familiarity. - Paul Nolan, Sydney Arts Guide
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