Robert Dubac draws on decades of showbiz experience as a writer, actor and stand-up comic to create solo shows that explore social mores, political ideas and the complexity of the human experience with unparalleled humor that is both intelligent and absurd. He belongs to a unique breed of humorists, bringing to mind the best of Lily Tomlin and Mark Twain, creating characters that boggle our minds with biting wit and rapid-fire satire while simultaneously crafting a simple story that binds us all together. 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.
The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron? - his hysterical tour de force that tackles the babble of the sexes - has become a worldwide phenomenon, having been translated into dozens of languages and performed in just as many countries. His most recent production, The Book of Moron, searches for truth in a world that runs on hype and spin. Sex, Politics… and Other Headaches combines the best of both shows all into one.
All three have brought Mr. Dubac critical acclaim and respect within the genre. He constantly tours as a traveling one-man repertory company, each performance as fresh and insightful as they were on their opening nights.
In addition to his theatrical endeavors, Dubac found significant success in the mainstream entertainment industry as well. After being chosen to study with a select group of actors under the personal tutelage of the late great Sanford Meisner he appeared in many feature films including Too Hip for the Room, After the Game, Cold Ground, Sketch Artist, Stitches, Innocent Obsession and The Rookie. His TV credits range from comedic turns in sit-coms like Growing Pains and Diff’rent Strokes to drama, with appearances on programs such as Life Goes On and Jack and Mike. He even worked in the melodramatic style of ABC’s soap opera, Loving. Prior to all this Mr. Dubac worked as a stand-up comic and opening act to the royalty of rock n roll.
Working behind the scenes, Dubac has recently co-written and directed the new avant garde solo show Oddville, starring Dave Shirley. He directed the Off-Broadway production of Man 1, Bank 0, and produced and directed the premiere performance of ¡Satiristas! at The Actors Gang in LA . He also produced and created The Barbarians of Truth an edgy and satirical comedy show for both theatrical houses and foul-smelling dive clubs.
In addition to his touring schedule, Robert stays up late at night working on the script for his next solo show, Stand-Up Jesus, an irreverent look at reverence. He is also hard at work on a DVD of The Book of Moron, as well as an audio CD titled Piss and Moan. His DVD of The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron? can be purchased on amazon.com, however, for some reason Amazon calls it Inside the Male Intellect. Thankfully, that doesn’t make it any less funny.
A supremely skilled performer who challenges convention, Dubac brings every audience to new heights with profound insight and a wit of the highest caliber.
Friends call him Bob. And Bob is thankful he makes his wife, Lauren, laugh.
Robert Dubac / Stand-up Bio
Hailed by his peers as one of the smartest comedians in the country, Robert Dubac raises the bar of stand-up comedy high above the mediocrity of television. If you are tired of the not-so-special comedy specials on cable and Netflix then don’t miss Robert Dubac. Join him as he beats the hornet’s nest of hype and spin with the big stick of knowledge. His voice sounds just like the one inside of your own frustrated head.
On stage Dubac buckles us up for a fast-paced joy ride over the pot-holed highways of cultural hypocrisy. Riding shotgun with intelligence and absurdity he crashes head first into the barriers of sex, race, religion, politics and the media - all in an effort to expose the idiocracy that surrounds us. For example, “idiocracy” isn’t even a word. How dumb is that?
Bob is usually busy performing his award winning solo shows THE MALE INTELLECT: AN OXYMORON? and THE BOOK OF MORON in theaters all over the world. So it’s a rare treat to have him here.
If thinking were easy, everyone would do it but it’s not - so we have Bob Dubac appearing this week. It’s comedy on steroids. Think your funny bone can handle it?