Bruno & Hogginfritz

Bruno & Hogginfritz
Company
Figurehead Theatre Company
Director
Jade Walker
Runtime
50 minutes

Figurehead Theatre and Jade Walker is proud to present - Bruno & Hogginfritz.
A posh over the top upper-class young Englishman (Hogginfritz) has "escaped" from a mental ward and is living in an abandoned house where the furniture seems to come alive. Once the Postman (Bruno) steps inside to deliver one piece of mail, the eccentric chaos begins and their relationship explodes into a high energy romp to understand what is what and who is who.

"Sublime"
- Daniel MacIvor

"Bruno and Hogginfritz is a superbly crafted and skillfully performed foray into the human spirit."
- Debra Ann Smith


Show trailer


Credits

Producer
Tyler Lionel Parr
Stage Manager
Douglas Peerless
Cast
Tyler Lionel Parr
Jack Copland
Patricia Vasconcellos
Mark Terene

More about the show experience

This show will have a late call.

 

Performances

  Date Time
7th July 6:15pm  
9th July 10:15pm  
10th July 5:45pm  
11th July 7:30pm  
13th July 6:00pm  
15th July 3:45pm  
16th July 4:30pm  

Venue

1 : Tarragon Theatre Mainspace

30 Bridgman Ave
Toronto
Ontario
M5R 1X3

Access

Level of Physical Access
Accessible

Covid-19 policy

Self-screening form
No
Masks
Yes
Proof of vaccination
No

Facilities

Air Conditioned
Yes
Washrooms
Yes
Outdoors
No

Accessibility information


Land acknowledgement

Figurehead Theatre would like to acknowledge this sacred land on which we gather and operate is the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and M├ętis peoples.


Content advice

Parental guidance advisedSexual contentAbrupt cues

Sensory description

This show does not slow down - constant dialogue and movement throughout. There is a flamenco dance within a few minutes of the show. This has lot's of feet stomping and a high energy loud song. Lot's of lighting cues to show magical effects of a fantasy world coming to life. Lot's of audio cues, both recorded and from the actors. There will be sound effects such as dolphin noises, nursery rhyme chants, opening tv show song chants, names of characters from movies abruptly spoken out loud. Costumes are vibrant, especially from Bernice, the carpet/Flamenco dancer. The madman is in a burgundy bath robe and black and white striped pants.


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