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"Absolutely expert and consistently charming!"
"Dazzling and amazing...Kubínek performs with grace and
finesse, bestowing a beautiful gift for his audience."
"Hilarious and enormously talented."
"One who is so charmingly understated and simultaneously
joyfully self-effacing as Tomáš Kubínek, can conquer the world in leaps
and bounds. His beautiful pieces of absurdity are played with such ease
and gentle confidence that the audience sit transfixed, gleefully awating
each new moment of mad brilliance."
"Masterfully played comedy...That secret mixture
of daring, talent, and utter foolishness..."
"Equal parts old-time clowning and Monty Pythonesque
silliness...the hottest ticket at the festival."
"Mr. Kubínek dried the ink from this critic's pen.
He unquestionably deserves the many international theater and humor awards
he has received for his brilliant performances..."
"His very appearance has the audience giggling uncontrollably
before he even opens his mouth. Mr. Kubínek is a charmer, - sweet and
funny - , and the combination left us all silly-putty in his hands. Catch
him when he returns, as surely he must!"
"Tomáš Kubínek creates a humor based on artful
dodges and poetic bamboozlements performed with feline virtuosity and
devilish wit. His performance at the Bomhard Theater last night elicited
abundant (at times uncontrollable) laughter, and as advertised, sent the
audience home cured of blues, blahs and melancholic tendencies."
"The performance which (almost literally) brought down the house was the appearance of Tomáš Kubínek. Imagine the truly weird meeting of a variety artist from "The Ed Sullivan Show" and the troupe from "Monty Python" as seen through the eyes of the creator of Stupid Pet Tricks. Multiply it with an in-your-face performance that is virtually impossible to describe.
Suffice it to say that, between the unbelievably bad magic
tricks, the chicken clucking, water-burbling, the hair standing on end,
missing finger tricks, and absurd acrobatics, Kubínek deserves the title
"Certified Lunatic". He also deserved the reaction from those members
of the audience, who, had they not been so busy rolling around on the
floor like mirthful marbles, would have applauded even louder and longer."
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