Sioux Falls, SD - Robert Dubac’s newest Off-Broadway solo hit, The Book of Moron, makes its appearance at the Washington Pavilion for a limited engagement February 1-2, 2019. The show will be in the intimate Belbas Theater for three performances.
The show has been described as one of the most “Hilarious” “Intelligent” and “Scorching” satirical attacks on idiocracy since Mark Twain.
The New York Times raves, “Riding shotgun with intelligence and absurdity, The Book of Moron crashes head first into the barriers of sex, race, religion, politics and the media. It may be offensive to some but there’s laughter for all!”
Garry Shandling calls it “The funniest show you’ll ever think at!” Dana Carvey, the Church Lady from “Saturday Night Live,” declares, “If funny were a religion, Bob is nothing short of a miracle!” Kevin Nealon, formerly from “Saturday Night Live,” adds, “Start laughing really hard now or you’re going to miss a lot from laughing so hard during the show!”
Robert Dubac belongs to a unique breed of humorists, bringing to mind the best of Lily Tomlin and Mark Twain. His ability to combine the raucous laughter of stand-up comedy with the startling thrill of live theater continues to fill seats everywhere; as nothing like this can be seen on TV, that’s for sure.
Tickets are on sale now by phone at (605) 367-6000, online at www.washingtonpavilion.org or at the Box Office at 301 S Main Ave.
About the Washington Pavilion
The Washington Pavilion is the region’s home for the arts, entertainment and science. Located in a beautifully renovated historic building in downtown Sioux Falls, it is one of only a few facilities in the world to bring together under one roof the performing arts, visual arts and interactive science. The vast array of high quality programming and educational activities available through the Husby Performing Arts Center, Kirby Science Discovery Center, Visual Arts Center and the Community Learning Center ensures that people of all ages and walks of life can rely upon the Washington Pavilion to entertain, inspire, educate and enrich. There is, indeed, something for everyone here. For information about our programs, please call (605) 367-7397 or visit our website at www.washingtonpavilion.org.