Duration: Approx. 40 minutes Audience: Ages 8+
Presented by the Halifax-Dartmouth & District Labour Council
Supported by Susan Leblanc, MLA Dartmouth North & Claudia Chender, MLA Dartmouth South
Sunday, September 5th Noon – Dartmouth Commons (FREE)
[CANCELLED] Monday, September 6th Noon – Halifax South Common
Presented by Halifax Fringe
[CANCELLED] Monday, September 6th 7PM – Cambridge Battery/Point Pleasant Park
Tuesday, September 7th 7PM – Cambridge Battery/Point Pleasant Park (TICKETED – $15)
[NEW] Wednesday, September 8th 2PM – Cambridge Battery/Point Pleasant Park (TICKETED – $15)
The North Barn Theatre Collective is bringing a new puppet show to audiences across Nova Scotia. Being toured entirely by bicycle, Troubling Joy: A Bicycle Puppet Circus will be visiting rural and urban communities across seven counties. This original performance will be performed outside for free at the Dartmouth Commons on September 5th and at the Halifax South Common on September 6th.
Troubling Joy: A Bicycle Puppet Circus features a cast of puppets who, in recognizing their discontent with the social structures that dictate how they live, discover the pleasure of change. Playing within the traditional circus format, the North Barn Theatre Collective uses puppetry, moving image, and song to investigate the promise of happiness, its illusions and our collective capacity to imagine new futures. This show appeals to the senses of all ages.
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