WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Pineapple-Shaped Lamps presents Puffs, Or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic by Matt Cox.
The show is about a different orphan boy who discovered he is a wizard.
In the show, Wayne (Brett J. Young) makes it his mission to become a hero and make the Puffs the single most important house of all time but another boy wizard keeps getting in the way.
Puffs made changes to its dates due to concerns over the coronavirus.
As a result of Governor Roy Cooper’s recommendation that events of 100 or more should be avoided, this will be the only weekend of performances for Puffs. The show added an additional matinee Sat., March 14th at 3:00 p.m. to accommodate patrons. More information is available here.
Performances are at the Ruth and Bucky Stein Studio Theater at Thalian Hall, located at 310 Chestnut St. in downtown Wilmington.
Thalian Hall has also canceled all events from March 16 through April 5, in response to the coronavirus concerns.
Puffs is directed by Beau Mumford and stars: Brett J. Young, Amanda Young Wilson, Grace Carlyle Berry, Ben Hart, Matthew Carter, Anna Gamel Huber, Eddie Waters, Jaimie Harwood, Wesley Brown, Beth Corvino and Holly Cole Brown.
Puffs contains adult themes and language that may not be suitable for younger children.