PUFFS, or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic & Magic is nowhere close to being done casting its spell over New York. The magical adult parody from writer Matt Cox moved locations in October, and I couldn’t wait to see what magic the cast and crew could create with more props, a different stage, and a new home. Full disclosure: I saw this show three times at The Peoples Improv Theater and fell in love with it there, so I was eager to see what the talented cast had in store.
Bread. Puffs. Puffs, or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic is settling in to a new off-Broadway home at the Elektra Theatre in New York. The magical adult parody from writer Matt Cox has begun a new run of shows, and we can’t wait to see the magical journey that awaits us.
We spoke with Matt about the changes fans can expect from the show, how the move to a new theater provided creative wiggle room, the addition of James Fouhey to the cast, and why this magical journey is anything but over.
Read on for our exclusive interview with Matt Cox below:
The Puffs, or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic is the hilarious, adult wizard parody we’ve all been waiting for. Brought to us by playwright Matt Cox, director Kristin McCarthy Parker, and producers Stephen Stout and Colin Waitt, The Puffs is playing at The Peoples Improv Theater in New York (a.k.a. The PIT) through August 4. What are you waiting for? Swipe your MetroCard and hop on a broomstick, dragon, hippogriff, magic carpet or whatever magical form of transportation you prefer and get ready to embrace this badger-loving bunch.
We spoke with some of The Puffs cast about bringing this magical world to the stage, their late-night show shenanigans, and their School of Magic and Magic bucket lists. Read on for our exclusive interview with Langston Belton, Julie Ann Earls, Zac Moon, Evan Maltby, A.J. Ditty, and Stephen Stout, and don’t forget to check out our exclusive chat with Puffs writer Matt Cox as well!
The Puffs, or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic is a loving, adult parody from writer Matt Cox, director Kristin McCarthy Parker, and producers Stephen Stout and Colin Waitt. Through August 4, The Puffs is playing at The Peoples Improv Theater in New York (a.k.a. The PIT), where writer Matt Cox takes us on a journey through those seven years in a certain magical world, but with a twist.
We spoke with Matt about what inspired him to reimagine the familiar, magical tale through the eyes of the badger-loving bunch, the fun parallels to his own life that he was able to explore while writing, and what he would do if he ever got to spend a day at that school of Magic and Magic.
Read on for our exclusive interview with Matt Cox:
Recent Cutbacks has been making a name for itself in the comedy scene by combining a genuine talent, a love for movies, and a fun, playful atmosphere that engages any audience. We had the chance to chat with Nick Abeel, Kristin McCarthy Parker, Kyle Schaefer, and Matt Zambrano about their latest production Fly, You Fools. The team teases what we can expect from the new Lord of the Rings-inspired show, how it’s been working together, and how the magic just clicked during their original run of the Jurassic Park parody Hold On To Your Butts.
Read on for our exclusive interview with Recent Cutbacks below:
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