The Ronin sees the return of Lliam Amor (Late Night Impro, The Increasingly Handsome Adventures of Earl Bircher, Thank God You're Here, Underbelly) and his one man ensemble. Weaving the real and the surreal for breath-taking entertainment, this full-length improvised solo show explodes with sizzling thrills.
Debuting at the 2014 Melbourne Fringe Festival, The Ronin is bespoke comedy that utilises audience suggestions and music to create a unique and spontaneous theatrical experience. Diving into his comedy subconscious, Amor performs all the characters on-stage, morphing between scenarios, criss-crossing the narrative with the oblique and always one step ahead of his own brain.
A Ronin was a samurai with no lord or master, now after 20+ years of ensemble work this veteran improviser draws on his love of physical, character comedy to explore the missing link between improv, sketch and vaudeville in this solo show inspired by Chicago's popular, long running format 'The Sybil', created by Andy Eninger (The Second City).
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