Danny O’Hare: I Feel Fuzzy
A special preview performance of a new comedy by Jamie Gower.
July 13–14, 2018
Music, comedy, and crisis in a cabaret puppet show for grownups
Required Field Productions is proud to present Danny O’Hare: I Feel Fuzzy, a new cabaret show starring Danny O’Hare, an energetic singer with a deep love of the lounge classics. Danny is also a puppet in heavy denial of his puppet-ness (puppet-ude? puppet-osity?) When Danny is forced to face his true nature in the middle of the show, he handles it poorly—and hilariously. Luckily, he’s helped by his two long-suffering human backup singers: a fed-up soprano, and an alto with a secret. They use tough-ish love to guide him through a musical intervention featuring favorites and deep dives from lounge, pop, Broadway, and beyond.
The show is an original collaboration between three long-time Seattle-area performers: actress and classical vocalist Kathy Roche Zujko, dancer/singer Suzanne Duckworth Claflin, and writer and comedian Jamie Gower. Suzanne and Kathy were two parts of a professional a capella trio. Kathy and Jamie worked together on his long-running series of comedy-variety plays. They are excited to bring their Venn diagram of overlapping experience to Seattle audiences in preparation for premiering the show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Danny O’Hare: I Feel Fuzzy starts out as a cabaret show, takes a sharp left turn into screwball comedy, and ultimately becomes a heartfelt celebration of life and love. Come for the jokes and the singing, stay for the hope and optimism. And learn how to hypnotize a puppet. Because you never know when that will come in handy.
Special Q&A after the show, so you can ask us in person just what the heck were we thinking!
Danny O'Hare: I Feel Fuzzy is heading to Edinburgh Fringe this August, and you can help. Be part of the audience for our final previews before we hit the road.
Admission is free as a token of appreciation from Required Field Productions, Valley Center Stage and the Danny O'Hare: I Feel Fuzzy cast and crew.
Donations will be gratefully accepted but not expected for admission.