A clown finds love at the circus in this Arts Club Theatre production.
Born to circus folk who prefer trapezing over parenting, Felix quickly learns to turn life’s misfortunes into jokes. His longing for family and home is piqued at the tender age of seven, when he falls for an older woman, age eight—an event that kickstarts his journey to becoming a true buffoon. A story of love, loss, and the fate that binds us, Buffoon is a gut-wrenching one-man show that expertly walks the tightrope between hilarity and heartbreak.
This video recorded performance stars Kayvon Khoshkam with audio description by Ingrid Turk.
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The VocalEye virtual lobby opens at 6:30 pm Pacific Time for some pre-show mingling with host Amy Amantea. The pre-show introduction will begin at 6:45 pm with describer Ingrid Turk. The show begins at 7 pm. Running time is approximately 90 minutes followed by Q and A with special guest, Lois Anderson, the director of the play. BC residents will be entered to win one of two Arts Club raffle tickets.
“Irani’s script is a delight — and a heartbreaker. Under Lois Anderson’s direction, this Arts Club production is impeccable.” –Colin Thomas
“A dark tale for our dark times with some laughs along the way and a gleam of hope that the broken can be mended and the unforgivable forgiven.” –Vancouver Sun
“almost mesmerizing in its presentation” –Jo Ledingham
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