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.
"He's playing with the idea of performance and comedy, of what's real and fake and sad and funny ... all with the confidence of a man who has spent the last fourteen years working in some of the most progressive theatre and performance spaces in Europe." ★★★★★ Broadway Baby
"Johannes Dullin is a rascal you should take seriously" Neues Deutschland "A magical moment of dadaism and a true discovery" Der Tagesspiegel
“Grotesque art, which blew daily life out of many audience members’ minds." Berner Zeitung