What the hell is Bring-A-Thing???
Oskar Brown’s 100% improvised storytelling madness. YOU, the audience, bring a “THING”. It can be any “THING”, from the mundane to the unmentionable.
You place the “THING” in the cardboard box on stage, take your seat and let Oskar Brown transport you into his wacky world. Everyone should bring a “THING” and be ready for everything, because anything can happen. Don’t worry! Every “THING” will be returned after the show. Unbroken, undamaged, unconsumed and unsexed…
“He is gifted in his ability to craft imagery with words and a pretty charming and engaging way of going about it. It is an hour show that feels like 10 minutes, leaving everyone wanting more.” (Broadway World Magazine)
Still confused? Let Oskar tell you more…
- Mon, April 28 | 8pmMain Stage
Oskar Brown is a bilingual actor, comedian and writer. He completed his directing degree in 2010 at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Since then he has been based in Berlin and has appeared in various film and theatre productions, including BBC/ARD’s Sinking of the Laconia (2010), Vanessa Aab’s Frollein Frappe (2012) and as Jack Kerouac in The Subterraneans (2013). In 2014 he can be seen in Isaac’s Eye at English Theatre Berlin | International Performing Arts Center , in between at the Kings Head Theatre in London and in the comedy film The Freelancers.