Adrian Minkowicz: Brown Privilege

Comedy (stand-up, international)

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The Argentinean, New York-based comedian explores how the concept of privilege works around the world and challenges the existence of white privilege. Still, if you are racist, perhaps this show is not for you.

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Lila K 35 days ago

I just opened up this page to write my review of "Brown Privilege" and saw this other review. Please keep reading because they couldn’t be more wrong!!

Adrián is a rare kind of comedian. He manages to make, what seem like disadvantages - coming from Argentina, speaking with an accent etc, into clear advantages. He brilliantly combines a vast historical knowledge with sharp humor and wit, and it makes for a very special show. Its educational, conciencious, AND it makes you double over with laughter. Mostly you really feel that it is a personal journey, trying to make sense of todays world in a large perspective, asking the right questions. I’m so curious to see what he will do next. Don’t miss this show, your time could not be spent in a better way!!!

claire 45 days ago

I think this was intended to be both funny and educational/informational, I thought it was neither. He came across as moralizing while assuming the audience is completely ignorant about historical injustices, while not being aware himself about some of the social changes currently happening in the world; and he tries to compensate for the lack of humour with the (over)use of expletives, which I found unnecessary and tiring. Would recommend trying something else.


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