Danny O'Hare: I Feel Fuzzy
Danny O'Hare: I Feel Fuzzy
Music, comedy, and crisis in a puppet show for grownups.

Audiences Are talking about Danny O'Hare: I Feel Fuzzy:

"Mesmerizing, funny, & refreshing!"

"Witty. Funny. Unexpected. Warm. (Or should I say 'fuzzy'?)"

"Outstanding music."

"I didn't expect to be so moved by a puppet!"


A Puppet with a problem!

Danny O’Hare is 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: who use tough-ish love to guide him through a musical intervention featuring favorites and deep dives from lounge, pop, Broadway, and beyond.


Ratio of music to comedy to crisis

A fed-up soprano and an alto with a secret!

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

  • 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. And they're all proud and excited to have brought their Venn diagram of overlapping experience to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.


A Puppet show for grownups!

It starts 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.


Who is that handsome fuzzy rogue?

"Mr. O'Hare" provided by The Brooklyn Puppet Conspiracy on Etsy.com