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Harrington & Kauffman

A comedy theater duo from New York.

See them next at the Indianapolis Fringe Festival in August 2019!

a comedy about dying at the North Pole!

IndyEleven Theatre
719E St Clair Street
Indianapolis, Indiana

Thu, Aug 15, 7:30 pm
Sat, Aug 17, 1:30 pm
Sun, Aug 18, 7:30 pm

$15 / $12 for children, students and seniors.
Advance tickets can purchased here.

For a Nharcolepsy trailer-like experience, see this animated video, which is tangentially related to the show:

Some stuff people have said about Harrington & Kauffman's live shows:

"Richard Harrington and Chris Kauffman raise the level of comedy to a high art."
— The Globe and Mail, Toronto

"Harrington & Kauffman reinvent, or just blow up, whatever category they're meant to occupy."
— Edmonton Journal

"The actors could probably stand on stage brushing their hair for 20 minutes and make you laugh."
— Baltimore CityPaper


Gustave (left, Richard Harrington) and Nhar (right, Chris Kauffman).

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Who are Harrington & Kauffman?

Richard Harrington & Chris Kauffman are a theatrical comedy duo from New York City who have toured around the world with the three shows they have created as their alter-egos Gustave and Nhar. Their first production was Motel California (formerly known as, variously, Hotel California and The Show Formerly Known As), their second show was Nharcolepsy, and the third is called Cabaret Terrarium. They have also toured the Canadian fringe with their solo shows, Saving the Desert Tortoise (Harrington) and Action Figure (Kauffman). Action Figure debuted at the Winnipeg Fringe in July of 2014.

You can learn more about their shows and about Harrington & Kauffman by clicking on the links which you will already have noticed in the middle of this sentence. Also see their reviews, many of which describe Harrington & Kauffman better than they can describe themselves.


Also, look, Gustave has discovered Twitter:

And for Gustave's archived Diary from the pre-Twitter stone age (Wordpress), go to: Gustave's Old Diary!