Snack Music

Photo credit: Laura Dittman

A SNAFU and Snack Music Collective Production
Created by Ginette Mohr, Elliott Loran*, Andrew G. Young* and Ingrid Hansen
Performed by Elliott Loran, Andrew G. Young and Ingrid Hansen
Directed by Ginette Mohr

Design by the company, with Design Consultant Andy Miller and collaborators Anne Soloman and Tim Freeman

Toronto, Ontario
45 Minutes | All Ages

SYNOPSIS

Part house party. Part improv. Part storytelling. Snack Music brings one brave audience member on stage to tell a short story from their own life – recreated with puppets made of kitchen tools, fresh fruits, and vegetables. Imagine yourself as an onion, running through a hailstorm of marshmallows, taking refuge in a hot tub made out of a bread bowl.

From the creators of Little Orange Man, Snack Music is an adventure in storytelling, puppetry, music … and playing with your food.

SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, February 15 at 10:30pm
FRIDAY, February 16 at 10:30pm
SATURDAY, February 17 at 10:30pm
Arts Court Studio

PWYC for this Late Night Studio show (cash only)

REVIEWS

“A fabulous puppetry-storytelling-improv-dance-music mash-up.” – Montreal Rampage

Snack Music is an absolute riot and you wish it just didn’t have to end.” ★★★★★ – On Stage Ottawa Review

“This show is like the best of all the various different things you could see: puppetry, storytelling, crowd involvement, music, heartfelt. Snack Music – everyone’s talking about it and everyone’s going to keep talking about it.” – Nic Turcotte, ReStage Podcast

“Bring your best story, smile your biggest smile, and be ready to open your heart to a room full of strangers.” ​- Mooney on Theatre

*Artists appear with the permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association.