AUSTRALIA - 2019
29 - 30th March, 2019
The Studio - Subiaco Arts Centre
NEW ZEALAND TOUR - 2019
3rd April, 2019
Upsurge Festival - Bay of Islands Arts Festival
The Turner Centre, Kerikeri
5 - 7th April, 2019
Festival of Colour - The Wanaka
Hawea Flat Hall
AUSTRALIAN PLAYING AUSTRALIA TOUR - 2019
Our BRUCE National Tour wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of Playing Australia.
7 - 8th June, 2019
Ann Roberts Auditorium - Dancenorth, Townsville, QLD
12th June, 2019
Mackay Entertainment and Convention Centre - QLD
14 -15th June, 2019
Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre - Penrith, NSW
18 - 22nd June, 2019
The Street Theatre - Canberra, ACT
26th June, 2019
Moysten Hall - Moysten, VIC
29th June, 2019
The Lighthouse Theatre - Waarrnambool, VIC
Ages 15+. Best suited to intimate/medium black box theatres and audiences of 100-400.
The creators of award-winning international smash hits The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik and It's Dark Outside are back with a new lo-fi puppetry spectacular that bends time and melts your heart.
Keeping you at the edge of your seat, Bruce will sweep you away on an epic adventure of love and revenge. He may be just a yellow block of foam, but Bruce's out to prove he's got a heart of pure gold. Fusing mime and puppetry, Bruce is a non- stop rollercoaster of action, adventure and low-fi nostalgia. 'Bruce is Brilliant... funny, heart-warming and simply a joy to watch'
"Its dizzying audacity is a marvel throughout... glorious stuff." - The West Australian
“playful, virtuosic, hilarious and touching” - Crikey.com.au
“eccentric, unapologetic and brilliantly expansive” - Cool Perth Nights
"Bruce is a live-action B-movie told with puppetry and it is exquisite...4 Stars" - The Australia Times
Created by: Tim Watts and Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd
Performed by: Tim Watts and Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd
Also Performed by: Daniel Buckle and Nick Pages-Oliver
Natalie Di Risio - Creative Producer
The Last Great Hunt
NORTH & SOUTH AMERICA
Laura Colby - Director
BRUCE was originally presented by The Blue Room Theatre in 2013.
This project has been supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.