Thomas Stipsits is back on the road with his most successful programme to date.
The Leoben-born performer – considered as one of the most promising talents of the Austrian stage comedy scene – will perform “Bauernschach” at the Kabarett Niedermair in Vienna this Sunday (2 September), as well as on 9, 16, 23 and 30 September. Furthermore, the Kärntner Kleinkunstdrachen laureate is due to hit the stage at the Orpheum Vienna on 27 September. The following day, Stipsits will entertain his Burgenland-based fans at the Cselley Mühle in Oslip.
Meanwhile, fans of sophisticated spoken-word entertainment are looking forward to the various performances of Stipsits in the provinces of Styria and Lower Austria in October and November. For more information, visit http://www.stipsits.com.
Stipsits– who was awarded with the Leobner Kleinkunstpreis in 2003 – looks back on appearances in TV shows such as “Die Frischlinge”, “Dorfers Donnerstalk” and “Was gibt es Neues” and a role in David Schalko’s film “Wie man leben soll”.
“Bauernschach”, which tells of mysterious occurrences on the Austrian countryside, is the the entertainer’s fifth solo programme. The Kleine Zeitung newspaper praised “Bauernschach” as a “diamond” while Die Presse acknowledged the “cleverly structured plot” and Stipsits’ ability to play around a dozen roles in the gripping play.