Winner Adelaide Fringe Emerging Artist Weekly Award 2018
Winner NZ Fringe Tour Ready Award 2018
Nominee Melbourne Comedy Festival Golden Gibbo 2018
Nominee Melbourne Comedy Festival Best Newcomer 2018
Disgraced actor Garry Starr defies his critics by performing every genre of theatre possible, thus saving the performing arts from its inevitable extinction.
Starr tears through artistic genre with little regard for personal safety and even less regard for art.
Directed by Cal McCrystal (Mighty Boosh, Paddington 1 & 2, Spymonkey, One Man Two Guvnors)
Warning: Contains full frontal nudity, mild coarse language
★★★★★"An anarchic play-date with a six-foot-two toddler with a mop of fuzzy hair, no inhibitions and far too much raspberry cordial on board. It’s an exhilarating feeling." - GLAM Adelaide
★★★★★ "Warren-Smith is a master of clowning and comedy. Hilarious, naughty, clever and incredibly well put together." - The Upside News
★★★★★ “The pace is quick, the laughs are thick... Starr’s comic sensibility has broad appeal” - The Age “A compelling presence who can play with the audience, dazzle with his skills, and undercut it all by humiliating himself, all while maintaining the poker face his oh-so serious alter ego demands” - Steve Bennett, Chortle “Warren-Smith delivers a smashing performance that leaves the entire room cheering for an encore. If only being so bad was always this bloody amazing.” - My Melbourne Arts