With the power of a Bluetooth controller, take command of 'Karate Man' as he punches, jumps and 'open map's his way through a world of evil henchmen and concerned friends.
The year is 20XX (where XX = 23) and tickets have almost sold out for 'Karate Man', a live comedy show where for the first time, the audience is in complete control.Karate Man is an interactive staged comedy show where the protagonist is controlled by a wireless video game controller that the audience shares. Imagine a video game like Double Dragon or Street Fighter, except the heroes are out of shape and will be sweating a lot. And the sweat is REAL.The audience will find themselves controlling Karate Man through scenarios such as:- commuting to work- convincing wife to not leave him- hailing a cab- fighting Ross Roundkick and his horde of goons- drinking water- collecting gemsThis tech-heavy show will be designed by and star Bruno Dubosarsky and Daniel Scarratt of BEAK, who just returned from a successful run at Edinburgh Fringe 2022. They'll be supported by a squad of comedians who are also friends.Karate Man will be silly, sweaty and satisfying. It'll be the only comedy show that'll get your blood pumping, and the only interactive show that'll leave you in stitches.