ROBERT MICHAEL PEARSON

ROBERT MICHAEL PEARSON

When Robert Michael Pearson takes the stage in front of his suit case he turns the audience into Pandora, curious for what's inside.

Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Robert Michael Pearson

(the prop Comic)

 
When Robert Michael Pearson takes the stage in front of his suit case he turns the audience into Pandora, curious for what's inside.
 
But no evil spills out from this case  -- only props -- the contents of Robert’s wild imagination. The comedian turns the stage into a one-man circus, sharing the creative contents as a video screen behind him and well-timed classic & classical music punctuate his every thought.
 
As the ringleader frenetically runs back and forth on stage, the audience is left wondering what he'll be pulling out and what he'll think of next.
 
From a variety of props -- including a ventriloquist puppet that falls apart , to the classical piece “BIZET’S: Prelude (CARMEN) played with whoopee cushions -  while trying to sing opera using an old record as backing it keeps skipping tracks going from ‘Riverdance” to the ‘Stripper’ & the ‘Can Can’ music just to name a few – a coat that comes alive -  and a dog fight between two planes in the second world war. 
 
Whether he's paying tribute to Michael Flatley’s Riverdance  or sharing his version of Figaro, it's evident Robert’s suit case is full of everything but evil, like Pandora's, yet he readily admits, "It's very silly for a grown man to do this , but it's fun to do "
And nobody in the audience can disagree.
 

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