Funhaus fans have been wondering for a while now when they might get their next chance to see their favorite web personalities live again. And while RTX, Let’s Play Live, and other Rooster Teeth centric events have included Funhaus, they haven’t centered around them.
Many have been hoping to see another Dude Soup Live event, just like the one that took place two years ago at the Hollywood Improv in LA. In a recent Journal posted on the Rooster Teeth website, Funhaus’ Quintessential Gamer Lawrence Sonntag revealed that while they don’t know when the next Dude Soup Live would be taking place, they did have something they would like to announce…Funhaus Live!
In the Journal, Sonntag details what exactly Funhaus live will be, it’s location, and ticket pricing.
If you’ve ever been to one of our panels at a gaming convention (RTX, PAX), you already have an idea: a series of sketches, heavy on improv and absurdist comedy, connected by a central theme. Throw in some audience involvement and a small but measurable chance of serious personal harm, and you got yourself a show, baby!
We’re not ready to share specifics of the show yet, but we’ll tease it out more and more over the coming weeks.
Where: The Regent Theater in Downtown Los Angeles
When: Thursday, January 18 – doors at 7:30pm, show at 8:30pm.
What: Screaming, mayhem, and a secret plot to find Adam’s absentee father.
How much: $30 general admission, $100 VIP
Lawrence goes on to explain that the VIP experience will be a bit different this time around. For Funhaus Live, VIP fans will have early seating available for them an hour and a half before the event and will also have access to an intimate Q&A session with the cast. In doing so, the group will be able to talk personally and more at length with everyone in line.
This solves a huge problem that Funhaus has run into larger events like RTX, where people would pay a lot of money to see them, but would only be limited to a rushed 30-second picture opportunity due to the number of other people in line and time constraints. As of now, other perks are being decided for the VIP experience to make it worth the $100.
He ends the post stating that while they are confident they will deliver an entertaining show, this is the first type of show like this they have ever done, so mistakes may occur. History (Aka Dude Soup’s Set) has told us that no matter what mistakes occur, Funhaus will be able to roll with the punches, likely even turning the blunders into bits.
For more information, and to buy tickets, visit the site linked here.
Andrew has been in love with video game ever since his brother was forced by their parents to let him watch him and his friends play games like Goldeneye and Super Mario 64.