Saturday,March 9, 20248:30 p.m.
(Sold Out)


Paul-Gérin-Lajoie-d’Outremont High School Auditorium
475 Bloomfield Avenue
Outremont (Québec) H2V 1Y8



SOLIDARITY Ticket — $40
I want to support inclusive ticket pricing and make it possible for others to benefit from lower prices.

REGULAR Ticket — $30
I want to support Casteliers and I’m happy to pay the actual ticket price.

REDUCED Ticket — $25
I have a tight budget for cultural activities, but I don’t want to miss out on anything.

ACCESSIBLE Ticket — $20
My income is very low and I can seldom afford cultural activities.

Adult and teen audience, 13 years +


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The weirdest puppet show you’ve ever seen!


Watch a seasoned television puppeteer make a live puppet film before your very eyes, using only household objects, a camera, and her bare hands. Ingrid Hansen creates cheeky vignettes right in the palm of her hand and projects them onto a huge screen. This cheeky puppet cabaret features mind-bending illusions. Get your comedy fix and give your brain a surrealist twist!


Imagine Shari Lewis’s soul got possessed by David Lynch. Delicious dark deadpan humor, provocative cinematic effect, apocalyptic imagery, the occasional erotic frisson. ★★★★★
– Winnipeg Free Press
A genious of physical comedy
– Entertainment World
Hilarious. Her physicality is impeccable. ★★★★★
– Star Phoenix News
An amazingly versatile physical comedian with a knack for bringing inanimate objects to life.
– Montreal Gazette
I don’t know if I’ve ever laughed so hard.
The Jenny Revue


Language: Bilingual, English and French (few words)
Running time: 60 minutes
Techniques: Hands, cameras, mirrors, illusions, and objects


The performance will be followed by a talkback with the artist.








Raised by gregarious Danish immigrants, today Ingrid Hansen is a puppeteer with the Jim Henson Company, on the television programs Fraggle Rock and Sesame Street. She also works as an actor and creates theatre with inmates in the prison system, and has toured in Canada, the United States, and Japan.

SNAFU’s shows have been staged at the National Arts Centre (Ottawa), the Great Canadian Theatre Centre (Ottawa), Centaur Theatre (Montreal), SummerWorks Festival (Toronto), Intrepid Theatre (Victoria), and the Festival of Animated Objects (Calgary), among many other venues.




Stage direction: Britt Small
Story: Ingrid Hansen and Britt Small
Costumes: Jimbo the Drag Clown
Performer: Ingrid Hansen
Coproduction and artistic collaboration: Kathleen Greenfield
Puppetry coaching and extra jokes: Victor Dolhai, Mike Petersen, Rod Peter Jr, and Anand Rajaram


SNAFU wishes to thank the CRD Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts, as well as the National Arts Centre (#CanadaPerforms), the Ontario Arts Council, Puppetmongers, and Impulse Theatre.



The show you had in mind is sold out? Try your luck at the door! Arrive early. If reserved tickets are cancelled at the last minute, we will gladly to put them up for sale. Credit card and Interac transfers only. No cash payments.