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Pisca

Pisca was born to be a duck. He's just not good at it.

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Pisca

Date: 10 Sep 2019

Pisca was born to be a duck. He’s just not good at it.

Through a combination of clowning, physical theatre, song, and imPECKable timing, this show will duck dive deep into the exploration of Pisca’s life, and his desperate search to find what he’s good for. Waddle he do?

Following an outstanding Green Room Award nominated performance, audience favourite Pisca returns for a limited season this Sydney Fringe.

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