• If you've ever created a silence that shouldn't have been there,
    this show is for you
  • A rambunctious celebration of social skills and sometimes their abscence. From a children's magician with a severe case of kleptomania to a bus driver hijacked by his own alter ego, Rob presents an enjoyable bevy of characters who sometimes let themselves down; in a good way.
  • Reviews for The Genghis Khan Guide To Etiquette

    “Rob Gee finds art and poetry in some pretty amazing places. His introduction caught the attention of the wonderfully receptive Saturday night crowd and that attention and energy never waned... guaranteed fun time... fantastic connection with the audience... a show that Lenny Bruce would have admired... a breath of fresh air... the most hilarious hour of the fringe.” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation ★★★★★
     
    “A born storyteller... outrageous and hilarious... had his audience rolling in the aisles... my abdominal muscles deserve an apology.” Victoria Times ★★★★★
     
    “Dr. Seuss for adults... crafts his words with terrifying sharpness... a gift for seeing humour in tragedy... unmissable." Uptown Magazine, Canada ★★★★★
     
    “Laugh-out-loud verbal diarrhoea... the type of guy that anyone with an eye for the bizarre would want at their dinner party.” Saskatoon StarPhoenix ★★★★½
     
    “Like watching s sixty minute comedic guitar solo... you’ll be chuckling from start to finish.” Winnipeg Sun ★★★★
     
    “A solid sixty minutes of astonishing tongue-morphing, packing rap chaos!” See Magazine, Alberta
     
    “Unfailingly entertaining... a way with words that really should not be missed.” Edmonton Journal, Alberta
     
    “A mesmerizing monologist... as thrilling as any high-wire act.” Orlando weekly
     
    “There’s a deep philosophy under the silly. Catch this guy.” Inc 19, Orlando
     
    “Painfully funny.” Victoria News