Loveland Stage Company proudly presents PUFFS OR: SEVEN INCREASINGLY EVENTFUL YEARS AT A CERTAIN SCHOOL OF MAGIC & MAGIC by Matt Cox. Runtime is two hours including an intermission. PUFFS runs from November 4-20, 2022 at the historic Loveland Stage Company theater (111 S 2nd St, Loveland, OH 45140). This strong and delightful season opener sets the bar high for the rest of the season which includes “Company” in March and “Twelfth Night” in May, as well as various holiday performances.
“Hiiiii!!!” Calling all Braves, Snakes, Smarts and PUFFS! Sit down for a spell and join a group of students as they endeavor to survive and thrive over seven years at a certain school of magic and magic. The show reimagines a heroic story with exciting turns and loveable characters. Each of the actors bring multiple characters to life with spunk! Quick-whitted humor is guaranteed to cause the audience to erupt with laughter throughout the performance. Cast your expectations aside! This isn’t your traditional tale. This is a tale for anyone who has never been destined to save the world.
Hilarious, heartwarming, and fun – you’ll surely enjoy every moment of this adventure! By the way – Badgers are cool!
“Puffs (Two Act Edition)” is presented through special arrangement with Concord theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com.
We’re proud to offer an ASL interpretive performance on November 6th at 3:00 p.m.
Tickets go on sale October 4th, and can be purchased online at:
(Please note: Puffs contains adult language and humor.)
Loveland Stage Company was created in 1979 by a group of eleven individuals looking to grow arts within the community. We have been supported by our community since then. Over the years we have encouraged, nurtured, and worked with people to extend their talents into every area of live theater. Since 1980 we have continuously presented at least two major productions, and oftentimes more. We have also held many events with the Loveland community over the years. All funds realized from our shows are put into the next productions, used for the scholarship fund, and renovations of our theater building. We are currently fundraising for a new HVAC system.