Dave Morris is An Asshole.

Actually, he's not. That's just the name of the show. Which is a bit strange, because, Dave Morris is a really nice guy. Maybe he's just trying to get in touch with his inner bad boy, or perhaps it's just a clever marketing device. Hopefully this show will get Dave the exposure he deserves by introducing him to larger audience that doesn't usually go out to see improv.

So yes, the show is a one-man improv - but don't let that scare you away. Morris knows his stuff. It's not an easy task to hold...

Dave Morris: asshole

This stylish vintage-improv show courtesy of National Theatre of the World (Matt Baram, Naomi Snieckus, Chris Gibbs and Ron Pederson) presents absurd comedy within the framework of a genteel variety show. It’s a perfectly contradictory setup given the sometimes dark and demented places the scenes go.

Matt Baram, Chris Gibbs, Ron Pederson and Naomi Snieckus looking good in tights

Now, sure, this show is simply an improvisational style talk show.  Daniel Packard, who has been doing the "same" Fringe show every year for the past few years can still pack a crowd and knows very well how to handle said crowd. 

I will bend you over and nail you to the wall.