In a post-post-post dystopian nightmare landscape, but many years before the birth of whom we call God, but in the year 2018, a mere mortal journeys forth into a career in show business to help positively influence the masses but finds himself confronting the moral ambiguity of social responsibility, corporate culture and infinite liquid knowledge all served with a double decker slice of Dominos Pizza
Thinly connected narrative vignettes that slap together to the form the weeping comedy mindpus that seeps and sops from the braingasms of Ross Purdy.
A hyper-caffeinated, sensory-shattering, sensibility tearin’-up-ifying romp into pure id. Visceral, surrealist, punk comedy pushed to its absolute breaking point.
Not stand up. Not sketch. Not theatre. Not a comedy show for normal people.
Contains material that may be of some concern to some audiences
DATES: 4th, 6th & 7th March
Ross Purdy has been performing his unique and distinct brand of absurdist humour since 2013 around Melbourne’s comedy rooms, delighting and terrifying audiences in equal measure with his wild, erratic and unpredictable performances that mix the bleak and the whimsical, the puerile and the avant-garde with a unique and distinct comedic voice and point of view
He lists Tim & Eric, Eric Andre as major comedic influences.
He has also been a part of writing teams for Channel 31 television shows in Melbourne and presented radio on youth community station SYN 90.7 FM. He continues to push boundaries and reach new heights, teaming up with Damien Vosk in alternative sketch comedy duo “Late Night Party Boyz”, writing for sketch comedy collective Dr. Duck and continuing his own solo comedy career