INTERNATIONAL comedian David Strassman takes a look at the lighter side of dieting this spring.
His new show The Chocolate Diet is a funny take on our obsession with sweets and lollies, a send-up of our failed diets and Ted E. Bare's drama with his self-image and lifelong eating issues.
The problem is getting worse and Ted E. Bare can't get the support he needs, especially with the sneaky Chuck Wood leaving tempting doughnuts around.
Meanwhile, Chuck Wood has his own personal drama, a sneaking suspicion that he was carved into the wrong body.
Since his early performances in the 1990s, Strassman has been embraced throughout Australia.
He has just released his latest critically-acclaimed show on DVD and download, iTED E, a puppet portrayal about our internet addiction that saw Strassman and all his puppets in a mind-blowing, six-way conversation.
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Strassman is a tour de force in the world of ventriloquism.
From London to New York, Strassman's comic genius has shocked and surprised.
He has an immense body of comedy shows and twisted videos on YouTube.
Strassman said he was proud of his latest show.
"I love making audiences laugh and this new show, The Chocolate Diet, is probably my funniest to date," he said.
"It's also quite delicious, and fattening!"
The Chocolate Diet will delight audiences with jaw-dropping puppetronics.