A semi-quasi-pseudo-autobiographical comedy about time, fear and the fate of everyday objects. A dog goes for a walk with his owner. A roll of toilet paper waits a lifetime for the moment when it happens.
Peter Shub is the loudest mime in the world, Peter not only plays one but many characters, he is the coat in the cloakroom, the plant lover with a penchant for the destructive, the prisoner of his own camera tripod.
In addition to visual comedy, slapstick, plenty of bizarre, very black humor, unusual dances and crazy interpretations, poems or songs, cookbooks, basil plants, coat racks and umbrellas, he lets the audience dance and sing and running for your life and sometimes you feel like you’re in a movie….
He’s our English teacher – the lesson has never been better!