The pair re-creates a ’30s sensibility with a bona fide, substantive message of hope that uplifts and astounds.

    

— Lavendar Magazine

Audiences love their work, and they're a joy to work with: professional, polished and prepared. 

— Jeff Bartlett, Weitz Center for Creativity, Carleton College

The response to Trick Boxing was so good, we knew we needed to bring Sossy Mechanics back to Vancouver the following year to present Pieces of Eight, this time on our main stage.

 

— Mary-Louise Albert Artistic Managing Director Chutzpah! Festival Vancouver

The best show I have seen, “Trick Boxing,” a screwball play about crime and boxing that features rapid-fire dialogue and bursts of whimsy

— New York Times

We took good advantage of the wide range of workshops and master classes they offer, which in turn brought in new audiences to the festival.

— Mary-Louise Albert, Artistic Managing Director, Chutzpah! Festival Vancouver

Trick Boxing is a uniquely lovely blending of genres and dramatic tones that make a wonderful, touching, spine-tinglingly captivating piece of storytelling, which doesn't merely warm the cockles of your heart, it flambés them.

— The Scotsman

Sossy Mechanics is currently available for touring. 

We are always interested in thinking outside the box about how to expand your audiences through our wide-range of residency work, our ability to perform selections and teasers in a variety of environments, and our enthusiasm for jumping into your community.

To discuss possible productions, residency work, specific touring availability or anything else that piques your curiosity, please contact us.

In the mean time, here is more information that you might find useful or just plain interesting:

• Performance and award HISTORY 

• presenters' letters about Sossy Mechanics productions.

teachers', students' and parents' letters about Sossy Mechanics residency work.

Please feel free to download our Technical Specifications, available as a pdf, below, to get an idea about the range within which we can make a show happen.

Duet D'Amour, photo by Don Kahn

Audiences love their work, and they're a joy to work with: professional, polished and prepared. 

— Jeff Bartlett, Weitz Center for Creativity, Carleton College

The pair re-creates a ’30s sensibility with a bona fide, substantive message of hope that uplifts and astounds.

    

— Lavendar Magazine

We took good advantage of the wide range of workshops and master classes they offer, which in turn brought in new audiences to the festival.

— Mary-Louise Albert, Artistic Managing Director, Chutzpah! Festival Vancouver

Trick Boxing is a uniquely lovely blending of genres and dramatic tones that make a wonderful, touching, spine-tinglingly captivating piece of storytelling, which doesn't merely warm the cockles of your heart, it flambés them.

— The Scotsman

The response to Trick Boxing was so good, we knew we needed to bring Sossy Mechanics back to Vancouver the following year to present Pieces of Eight, this time on our main stage.

 

— Mary-Louise Albert Artistic Managing Director Chutzpah! Festival Vancouver

The best show I have seen, “Trick Boxing,” a screwball play about crime and boxing that features rapid-fire dialogue and bursts of whimsy

— New York Times