Baby Tyler’s Puppet Experiments: Bonus Chaotic Dark Puppetry Cabaret – Intrepid Idea Series

Baby Tyler's Puppet Experiments: Bonus Chaotic Dark Puppetry Cabaret - Intrepid Idea Series
Incoming Festival
  • Dates: Apr 20, 2024
  • Location: Metro Studio Theatre
  • Created: Ingrid Hansen
  • Performed: Ingrid Hansen
  • Advance price: $10 + fee
  • Duration: 40 mins
  • Genre: Cabaret, puppetry
  • Country: Victoria


10:00 pm


When you’re small, how do you live in a world designed for big people? Watch Baby Tyler discover his unique super powers to solve problems.



Sensory Warnings: Loud sounds, surprises

Content warnings: Puppet sex and puppet violence, curse words, dark themes


Please indicate any accessibility needs, including wheelchair accessible seating or if you require seating with no stairs, in the provided field. We will do our best to assign seating that works for you and get in touch if we have any questions.



Created and performed by Ingrid Hansen



Pay-What-You-Ten Tickets: 10% of tickets are available for $10, in an effort to make theatre more accessible to equity-seeking groups, newcomers, artists & arts workers, and anyone for whom cost is a barrier. We believe the arts have something to offer everyone and we want to reduce financial barriers to our programming. No registration, forms to fill out, or questions asked. Just select the PWY10 ticket when booking online.


Arrival at the venue: The doors will open 30 minutes ahead of showtime. Masks are strongly encouraged inside the theatre.


Refunds: If you are not feeling well or have any symptoms, please stay home to help keep everyone safe. We are able to discuss refunds on a case by case basis due to health reasons before the performance. Please contact We are unable to arrange refunds after a performance has occurred.


10:00 pm



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