Mr. P

Belzébrute
Mr. P
Intrepid
  • Dates: Sep 22, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
  • Location: Metro Studio Theatre
  • Created: Belzébrute
  • Advance price: Adults $20/ St & Sr $18/Kids show $10
  • Door price: Adults $20/ St & Sr $18/Kids show $10
  • Duration: 75 mins
  • Country: Montreal

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Mr P tells nothing less than the fabulous story of the real Mister Potato Head! Inspired by 1920’s silent movies, this modern tale brilliantly combines live music, video projection, and puppetry. It’s part cartoon, part musical comedy. Mr. P is performed in two languages with two versions – one for kids, one for adults.

September 22 – 24, 8pm nightly
Adult Version (English)

September 24, 2pm matinee
Kids’ version (French)

“charming, touching and funny” – The Charlebois Post

“Un véritable délice.” – MonTheatre.qc.ca

Monsieur P

Belzébrute est fier de vous dévoiler la véritable histoire de la plus célèbre patate que le monde ait connue! En compagnie de son fidèle ami, Pogo le chien saucisse, vous découvrirez les hauts et les bas de ce rêveur devenu une véritable légende. À la manière d’un film muet des années 20, ce conte moderne et ludique allie avec brio musique en direct, projection vidéo, théâtre d’objets et marionnettes. La nouvelle création de Belzébrute est une œuvre théâtrale colorée aux accents de comédie musicale et de dessin animé, imprégnée d’humour et de douce folie.

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Metro Studio Theatre
1411 Quadra Street,
Victoria, BC
Phone: (250) 383-2663

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