♫ Have you ever felt like you didn’t belong? Or better yet- known that you didn’t belong?

Hippoposthumous is a young, slightly nervous, and surprisingly polymathic hippopotamus living in Colombia’s lush Magdalena River- misplaced in time and space. With their future hanging in the balance, they wallow into the spotlight to explore through rhythm and rhyme the idea of “invasive species”. From Starlings in Halifax to Giraffes in Paris, Hippoposthumous embarks on a poetic odyssey to discover where they’re from and what it takes to truly belong. 

This warm hearted tragicomic play with original music will be performed in and around Point Pleasant Park’s ‘Quarry Pond’ and is sure to make a splash at the 2021 Halifax Fringe Festival!

By Logan Robins and The Unnatural Disaster Theatre Company

Run time 50 minutes

Quarry Pond, Point Pleasant Park
Drama/Comedy/Musical/All Audiences.
Some light profanity.

  • Sep 7- 7pm
  • Sep 8- 7pm
  • Sep 9- 7pm CANCELLED DUE TO RAIN 🌧️
  • Sep 10- 7pm CANCELLED DUE TO RAIN 🌧️
  • Sep 11- 2pm and 7pm
  • Sep 12- 2pm and 7pm

Due to COVID-19 safely and hugely limited capacities they are PRE-SALE ONLY. Some venue capacity is as small as 20 seats. We highly recommend (in fact, we insist) you book early and ideally in bubbles.

Quarry Pond, Point Pleasant Park, 5718 Point Pleasant Park Drive
🦛 🦛 🦛 There is free parking available at the upper parking lot. The path from parking to Quarry Pond is unpaved but wheelchair accessible. Please email: coordinator@halifaxfringe.ca with any access needs. 🦛 🦛 🦛