Johannes Dullin’s comedy is absurd, silly, postmodern and completely unpredictable. The audience laughs – and often doesn’t know why. With his insistent pranks, he infinitely potentiates the absurd, and even the biggest inanities exude existential power in his piece. In Come Along and Bring a Friend!, the brutal poet invites us to a place where the profane plays ping-pong with the profound while reason lies chained under the table. ‘Johannes Dullin is a rascal you should take seriously’ (Neues Deutschland). ‘A magical moment of dadaism and a true discovery’ (Der Tagesspiegel).
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