Posts Categorized: Uncle Oscar’s Experiment

Uncle Oscar’s Experiment named #1 Theatre experience this year!

Thanks, The Coast, Halifax’s Weekly, for naming “Uncle Oscar’s Experiment” your #1 theatre experience this year. Congratulations to Halifax on another full year of theatre! “1. Uncle Oscar’s Experiment (Zuppa Theatre Co.): Quirky, brilliant and gorgeous, this 10th anniversary remount showcased exactly why Zuppa has made an enduring name for itself on the Halifax theatre…
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Zuppa Theatre’s “Uncle Oscar’s Experiment” is not to be missed! says Short Presents

Short Presents blogs about her experience watching Uncle Oscar’s Experiment. Read “Zuppa Theatre Presents: Uncle Oscar’s Experiment (a review)” below or on her blog Short Presents. Pleasantly macabre, and musically delightful, Zuppa Theatre’s “Uncle Oscar’s Experiment” is not to be missed! I realize that be beginning of that statement is slightly an ironic, but blog…
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Uncle Oscar’s Experiment is “beautiful, perplexing, hilarious, heartbreaking, grotesque” says Sea Legs Collective

Jen Ochej in her blog Sea Legs Collective reviews Uncle Oscar’s Experiment. Read “Uncle Oscar’s Experiment, presented by Zuppa Theatre Co.” below or on her blog,Sea Legs Collective. We don’t often talk about non-music-specific stuff here on Sea Legs, and with good reason– we’re a music blog. However, sometimes something comes up that feels like…
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Uncle Oscar’s Experiment is “an imaginative and delightful Expressionistic exploration” says TWISI

Amanda Campbell reviews Uncle Oscar’s Experiment in her blog TWISI: Theatre Blog. Read “Uncle Oscar’s Experiment: 10 years later & still defying death” below or on TWISI. The 10th Anniversary production of Zuppa Theatre’s Uncle Oscar’s Experiment is an imaginative and delightful Expressionistic exploration of the traditions of the Grand Guignol and solidifies theatrically and…
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“Uncle Oscar’s Experiment has a crackling vitality” says Chronicle Herald

Elissa Barnard reviews Uncle Oscar’s Experiment. Read “Theatre review: Uncle Oscar stirs up frenetic fun” below or at The Chronicle Herald. Much like Uncle Oscar himself, Zuppa Theatre Co.’s Uncle Oscar’s Experiment is a mad scientist’s brew of music, dance, theatre and fairy tale. The unusual, hour-long show, first performed outdoors in 2003, is fun,…
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Uncle Oscar’s Experiment is “a beautifully choreographed feat of physical theatre” says The Coast

Kate Watson reviews Uncle Oscar’s Experiment. Read the article below or at The Coast. Gorgeous. Clever. Horrifying. Fantastical. Fun. These are all adjectives that could be used to describe Zuppa Theatre’s 10th anniversary remount of Uncle Oscar’s Experiment. The production is a beautifully choreographed feat of physical theatre, a hummable, strum-able musical mash-up (with a…
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Zuppa Theatre Co’s 10 year anniversary production of Uncle Oscar’s Experiment promises great hair and calamity

Stephanie Johns talks with Zuppa about the 10 year anniversary production of Uncle Oscar’s Experiment. Read “Oscar’s Ballad” below or at The Coast. Zuppa Theatre Co. presents a milestone production—a 10 year anniversary remount of Uncle Oscar’s Experiment (October 10-20, Fort Massey United Church, 5303 Tobin Street, uncleoscar.eventbrite.com), and lucky you gets to witness how…
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Uncle Oscar stages comeback!

Elissa Barnard talks with Zuppa on the remounting of Uncle Oscar’s Experiment. Read “Uncle Oscar stages comeback” below or at The Chronicle Herald Zuppa Theatre Co. enjoyed doing Uncle Oscar’s Experiment so much 10 years ago, it’s doing it again. “Every once in a while you feel you nail it,” says Alex McLean, director and…
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10th Anniversary production of Uncle Oscar’s Experiment October 10-20th!

We are happy to announce that our hit show Uncle Oscar’s Experiment will be ressurected for a special 10th Anniversary Edition production! Originally created in 2003, the show is about Felicity Luckless – a girl who brings bad luck to everything and everyone she encounters. Part clown show, part musical and part grand guignol bloody…
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