Your nightmares come to life in felt and song.
Cthulhu: The Musical! // Summer Tour 2018
June 20th – July 15th
6/20: Blue Lamp // Sacramento, CA
6/21 – 6/23: Hobgoblin Playhouse // Hollywood, CA
6/26: Alley Cat Books // San Francisco, CA
6/27: Impulse Comedy // Rocklin, CA
6/29 – 6/30: Visual Arts Collective // Boise, ID
7/1: Sam Bond’s Garage // Eugene, OR
7/5 – 7/6: The Chetco Playhouse // Brookings, OR
7/7 – 7/8: So It Goes // Coos Bay, OR
7/13: Majestic Theater // Corvallis, OR
7/14: Johnny B’s // Medford, OR
7/15: Oak St. Dance Studio // Ashland, OR
Robopocalypse: The Musical!
Banks. Bridges. Cars. Artificial intelligence will be running all of them before long. But what happens when it all goes wrong?
Hilarity ensues, complete with singing puppets.
Show dates TBA. Follow our Puppeteers for Fears Facebook page for the latest updates.
Puppeteers for Fears is an Ashland, Oregon based theater company specializing in original puppet horror musical comedy.
It’s the only all-original, all-local musical theater company between the Bay Area and the Willamette Valley, and was voted Best Theater Company by The Rogue Valley Messenger two years in a row.
Performances are held in rotating venues, and the company tours regionally with a full cast and a live band.
Shows are R-rated, and not intended for children—unless they’re awesome.
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Puppeteers for Fears is made possible through generous support from our gracious horde of smart, good looking, successful sponsors and donors.
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Any questions? Get in touch through our contact page.
“The most blasphemous ritual of singing and dancing since Chicago.”
“Hilarious… a must see.”
– The Siskiyou
Puppeteers for Fears in the news:
“Best Non-OSF Theater Company”
Rave reviews for Cthulhu: The Musical!:
“You haven’t truly experienced Lovecraft’s madness until you’ve experienced it in its truest form: As a puppet musical.” – The Portland Mercury
“Epic original performance art. You won’t be disappointed.” – Seattle Gay Scene
“The story PFF chose to adapt is dark, disturbing, and totally unfit for musical comedy–all qualities that make it a perfect fit for their irreverent style.” – Broadway World
Recommended Event in The Stranger.
Featured pick in The Seattle Times.
“I don’t even like puppets, but that was some next-level puppet shit.”
– Susan, audience member