Your nightmares come to life in felt and song.
Cows in Peril! Bigfoot blamed! The truth will shock you!
Cattle Mutilation: The Musical!
SUMMER TOUR DATES
7/6: The Black Sheep, Ashland, OR
7/11: Chetco Pelican Players, Brookings, OR
7/12: The Dolphin Playhouse, Coos Bay, OR
7/13: Majestic Theatre, Corvallis, OR
7/14: Holocene, Portland, OR
7/17 – 18: Columbia City Theater, Seattle, WA
7/19: Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, Olympia, WA
7/20: The Capitol, Bend, OR
7/23: Visual Arts Collective, Boise, ID
7/24: Reno Little Theater, Reno, NV
7/26: Blacktop Comedy, Rocklin, CA
7/27: The Blue Lagoon, Santa Cruz, CA
7/28: Hotel Utah Saloon, San Francisco, CA
7/31: North Coast Repertory Theatre, Eureka, CA
8/1: Blue Lamp, Sacramento, CA
8/2: The Wheelhouse, Dunsmuir CA
8/3: The Dip, Redding, CA
Puppeteers for Fears is an Ashland, Oregon based theater company specializing in original puppet horror/sci-fi 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.
Visit our online store to snag Puppeteers for Fears logo gear like this sweet T-shirt.
Puppeteers for Fears is made possible through generous support from our gracious horde of smart, good looking, successful sponsors and donors.
Click the ‘squatch to learn all about becoming a sponsor!
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