Peppur is a writer/actor/director who has recently moved to Prague from LA. She is a published author of Harlem’s Awakening (1888); she has written several plays, one of which, Dick & Jayne Get A Life, played in the Prague Fringe Festival. She has created and co-written an award-winning webseries, The Brown Betties Guide: How To Look For Love in All The Wrong Places; and is the creator of the sultry, sassy, sophisticated Brown Betties™ who are featured in her long-running dinner-theater show, Harlem’s Night: A Cabaret Story. More about her on her website.
Marc Cram originally performed Kurt Schwitters’ Ur Sonata for an anti-art party at Eyedrum Gallery in Atlanta, GA as a three-man performance piece with Brian Griffin and Tim Cordier. Since moving to Europe, he’s adapted it as a solo piece. His other acts of absurdism include his original plays, Zurich Plays (a Dada history of Dadaism), Our Emotional Euphrates, Oedipus of Tampa and Anne Rice’s Hamlet. Last year, he organized “Dada Week:” a full week of Dadaist performance at A Maze In Tchaiovna in Hradcanska, to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of Dadaism. The event proudly featured Jaap Blonk of Holland, arguably the world’s foremost sound poet.
Tom Braun (1981) is a guitarist, cellist and composer. He graduated from English Language and Literature at Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem. Braun heads the alternative jazz trio Ploy. He participates in noise-industrial events that accompany film screenings (at venues such as Klub Paliárka, Sběrné Suroviny or the synagogue in Libeň). He also collaborated on the music accompaniment for Malý člověk jménem Ngali with the theatre company Kralupy nad Vltavou. .