Comedian Robert Dubac Brings Book of Moron to AZ - Coming This Weekend to Flagstaff

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Robert Dubac brings his hilarious and provocative new show to Theatrikos in Flagstaff for a limited three-day engagement starting Friday, June 28. Air-conditioning included.

The Book of Moron

The Book of Moron

Lightening fast and funny;
a 21st Century Mark Twain - The Littleton Independent

“Hilarious,” “Intelligent,” “Provocative,” “Scorching” all describe Robert Dubac’s new solo show The Book of Moron. Combining theater with stand-up, Dubac buckles us up for a fast-paced joy ride over the pot-holed highways of cultural hypocrisy. Riding shotgun with intelligence and absurdity, he crashes head first into the barriers of sex, race, religion, politics and the media. The Book of Moron is a hilarious journey down the rabbit hole of hype and spin in search of the elusive truth. It may be offensive to some but there’s laughter for all.

Robert Dubac’s The Book of Moron makes its appearance at Theatrikos in Flagstaff for a limited engagement beginning June 28. Tickets priced at $17 are on sale now by phone at (623) 815-7930 or online at the Theatrikos Website or at the theatre box office which opens one hour prior to the shows.

In The Book of Moron, Dubac portrays Robert, an everyman who has lost sight of the bigger picture. He’s been bombarded by so much information, white noise and hype and spin he can’t remember who he is or what he believes in. Does he have a purpose? Can he think for himself? Is the truth in the details or in the pudding? He hasn’t a clue. He racks his brain searching for answers. Instead he finds voices. Inner voices who pull him into a hysterical parallel universe in search of the bigger picture. It’s a head trip – on a banana peel.

First, his Voice of Reason convinces him to think outside the box but not without a fight from his Inner Idiot. Then his Common Sense teaches him critical thought, so he can think for himself instead of relying on the Media. Next, his Inner Child shows him how to use just enough innocence to question authority without getting spanked. Then his Inner A** Hole urges him to use both four syllable and four letter words to battle censorship.

Along the way he finds his Scruples who encourage him to open The Door of Truth. But when it hits him in the head, he realizes the ultimate paradox - the truth hurts and is funny at the same time.

Before it’s over, his Voice of Reason returns to solve partisan politics with an idea so absurd it borders on brilliance. And his Common Sense levies a Stupid Tax on ignorance while scolding religion for taking the “fun” out of fundamentalism.

It’s all for one and one for all as Robert's inner voices take him on a freight train of provocative thought to find the bigger picture and wake up from the coma of modern day life.

Robert Dubac belongs to that rare breed of monologists; using words, characters and humor to create a show that is hard to categorize but effortless to enjoy.

If you like your satire served up with a clever intelligent edge; if you want to hear a voice that speaks as though it originated from inside of your own frustrated head; if you are tired of adolescent comedy generated by the mediocrity of television; don’t miss Robert Dubac’s The Book of Moron. It’s comedy on steroids. Think your funny bone can handle it?

Robert Dubac’s The Book of Moron is presented in Flagstaff, AZ by Theatrikos. Performances of Robert Dubac's The Book of Moron at Thatrikos are as follows:

Friday, June 28, 2013 7:30 PM
Saturday, June 28, 2013 7:30 PM
Sunday, June 29, 2013 2:00 PM

About Robert Dubac:

Robert Dubac draws on decades of showbiz experience as a writer, actor and stand-up comic to create one-man shows that explore political ideas, social mores and the complexity of the human experience with unparalleled wit and humor.

In addition to his extensive and ongoing artistic endeavors, Dubac found significant success in the mainstream entertainment industry. He appeared in many feature films including After the Game, Cold Ground, Sketch Artist, Stitches, Innocent Obsession and The Rookie. His TV credits range from comedic turns in sit-coms like Growing Pains and Diff’rent Strokes to drama, with appearances on programs such as Life Goes On and Jack and Mike. He even worked in the melodramatic style of ABC’s soap opera, Loving.

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