Fruit Flies Like a Banana: World Tour
by The Fourth Wall
The Fourth Wall - Boston, MA
V.6 - Tom Hendry Warehouse 
Fruit Flies Like a Banana returns with a madcap trip around the globe. YOU choose the itinerary! This high-octane variety hour combines music, theatre and dance, with each piece inspired by a different locale. It's sure to keep your seats in their fully upright and locked positions!

"Serious music by seriously talented musicians in a show that doesn't take itself seriously at all." - CBC

"If you only see one show, this would be a great one to choose." - JennyRevue

5 STARS – Winnipeg Free Press & CBC

Patron's Pick, Orlando Fringe 2016

Hilary Abigana, C. Neil Parsons, Greg Jukes

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12

No Warnings
Thu July 20 8:00 PM
Sat July 22 1:45 PM
Sun July 23 2:30 PM
Mon July 24 4:30 PM
Tue July 25 7:45 PM
Thu July 27 9:15 PM
Fri July 28 9:15 PM
Sat July 29 12:00 PM

Fruit Flies Like a Banana: World Tour

The Fourth Wall—Tom Hendry Warehouse

This trio of talented musicians take the audience on a world tour by performing 15 different pieces related to 15 different countries or parts of the world. If they did nothing but play the music it would have been a great show. However, they amp up the difficulty and maximise the entertainment value by also performing often complex movement and using some interesting set pieces and their instruments as props to make a visual complement for each piece of music.

The sold-out crowd is shown exactly what they are in for with the first piece, a version of The Minute Waltz from Chopin (representing Poland), where all three zoom onto the stage on hoverboards. If you can imagine the RCMP Musical Ride performed by people on hoverboards instead of horses, all while playing a flute (Hilary Abigana), bass trombone (C. Neil Parsons) and accordion (Greg Jukes) it will give you some idea of the precise and amazing choreography involved.

The order of the set is determined by the audience, to add to the interaction.

I would describe the feeling after seeing the show as just “pure joy”.

Murray Hunter