THE BROGAN DAVISON SHOW (2019)

I really hope she gets the help she needs
— Another concerned audience member

Three years ago Brogan Davison started to visit the homes of strangers to perform her stand-up shows, as someone who has never done stand-up before. Embracing failure and vulnerability, she was interested in the sense of solidarity that an act like this could produce. Then before not too long, it became evident that Brogan needed a bigger stage.

The vulnerable relationship between performer and spectator is a central aspect of The Brogan Davison Show. It’s both funny and grand, absurd and ridiculous - but mostly a declaration of love for anyone who’s looking to find a meaningful place in the world. 

Through Dance For Me’s vulnerable and off-key approach to performance making, guests can expect a brutally raw performance full of love, rage, bravery and stupidity, through song, dance, stand-up and storytelling.

...left me with the feeling, that I need to tell everybody to see this show before they die.
— Sigrún Halla Unnarsdóttir - Host and Kundalini yoga teacher
Suprising. Funny. Sincere. I LOVE IT. I WANT IT AGAIN
— Ásgerður Gunnarsdóttir - Host and director of Reykjavík Dance Festival
…it offers a condition of solidarity through the embrace of weakness, failure and vulnerability. And within that solidarity that their work offers, we find qualities of tenderness, empathy, laughter, comfort, and even love, for ourselves and each other.
— About the work of Dance For Me, Alexander Roberts - Co-Director Reykjavík Dance Festival and Programme Director MFA Performing Arts at the Iceland University of the Arts

Concept and creation: Brogan Davison, Pétur Ármannsson
Artistic support: Ingrid Vranken and Samara Hersch
Co-production: Indiciplinarte (IT), Das Theatre School (NL), Productiehuis Theater Rotterdam (NL)

The Brogan Davison Show (2019) has been to:
Welcome To Our Guesthouse, Productiehuis Theater Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Das Theatre Graduate School, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Meteor Festival, Bergen, Norway
Reykjavík Dance Festival, Reykjavík, Iceland