from Brisbane, Australia

Welcome to the mad, mod world of the Ginghams, a trio who travels to bring long-lost misfit toys into their home. Fluff was dropped under the couch, Squibbly was abandoned in the gutter and Disco Frog was caught in a ceiling fan. But don't fret, dear pet! With a comedic, quirky and colorful mix of sound, story, video and vacuum, toys get discovered and recovered by the plaid-patterned family. Ab Fab meets Pee Wee's Playhouse meets Grey Gardens for offbeat, off-the-wall, fantastically funny FLUFF: A STORY OF LOST TOYS.

"The laughs come as much from the adults in the audience as their enthralled children."
The Daily Telegraph (Sydney)
"One of the most imaginative shows for the young you will find. Highly sophisticated and great fun..." The Advertiser (Sydney)"The absolute highlight of the festival ... inspired, funny, dark, theatrically clever and sophisticated." Lowdown Magazine (Liverpool)

Performance Facts

Performance Facts

55 minutes with no intermission
This production will be sign-interpreted, have a Talk-Back, and will be accompanied by a TXT Marks the Spot event. For dates, look for icons on the calendar below.
Heads Up: Parental Considerations

Heads Up:
Parental Considerations

Non-traditional theater with music. Created for family audiences. Off-beat humor and lost toys.

Ticket Info

Ticket Information

Seats in the Balcony start at $14 ($9 with Member discount). New Victory Members are entitled to free exchanges.

Getting to Know Fluff: A Story of Lost Toys


Founded in 2008, Cre8ion joins the ranks of the fearless companies from Down Under that have brought innovative works to the New Vic stage. Since its inception, Cre8ion has toured material that is anything but ordinary, spanning multiple genres including children's theater, cabaret, comedy and music—and Fluff: A Story of Lost Toys covers it all. To unite these art forms in one production, the talented Lisa O'Neill and Peter Nelson joined Australian performance artist Christine Johnston, master of mod and arbiter of the offbeat, to create and star in a piece that gives a little hope to all long-lost toys. We adore Christine's silly sensibility and cannot wait to welcome a bit of her wackiness to our theater.




All The Way From...

...Brisbane, Australia


Australia's Great Barrier Reef has a mailbox that you reach via ferry.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

American collector Jerry Greene holds the world record for largest toy collection. He owns around 35,000 vintage toys that date from 1850-1940.
Gingham fabric was first produced in the 17th century in England and shipped to its colonies. It is a lightweight plain-woven cotton cloth, typically checkered.

Your Trip to Our Theaters


Just steps from the Times Square-42nd Street subway stops, The New Victory is a 499-seat, historic, jewel box theater restored to its original glory. The majority of our shows are presented here, in the oldest operating theater in New York City. Down in the lobby you'll find stroller parking, free lockers to store your stuff, healthy snacks and New Vic merch to take home.


Located inside the New 42nd Street Studios building, The Duke on 42nd Street is home to New Victory programming that requires a more intimate space.


Located just down the block from The New Victory Theater, the New 42nd Street Studios host New Vic shows geared towards our youngest audience members. The space allows for a variety of seating configurations, including options for floor seating, making it easy to move around and step out of the theater area if you and yours need to do so. Stroller parking and changing tables are available.


Where To Go

 The Duke on 42nd Street and New 42nd Street Studios
229 West 42nd Street New York, NY, 10036

 The New Victory Theater
209 West 42nd Street New York, NY, 10036


Welcome to 42nd Street

Welcome to the Crossroads of the World. We recommend that you come early or stay late and grab a bite with one of our neighborhood restaurant partners.

Select a Show Time

Toggle between Public and School schedules, or between Grid and List views below. Then, select a performance time to check ticket availability. A key for the colors and symbols is available underneath the calendar.

Questions? Call us at 646.223.3010.

April 2014

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
20 21 22 23 24 25 2611 am 3 pmTxt Marks the Spot
2712 pmTalk Back 5 pmArts Express 28 29 30 1 2 3

May 2014

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
27 28 29 30 1 2 311 am 3 pm
412 pm 5 pmSign Interpreted 5 6 7 8 9 10
 Special Event (log in may be required)  Performance   Sold Out/Past Performance
Sign-Interpreted icon Sign-Interpreted: For more information, please call 212.740.3087 (v/relay) or visit HandsOn.org.
Arts Express iconArts Express: Free pre-show interactive family activity with New Vic Teaching Artists
Talk-Back icon Talk-Back: Free post-show Q & A session with the creative team and performers
TXT Marks the Spot iconTXT Marks the Spot: Free post-show scavenger hunt using your text-enabled device
Questions iconQuestions? Call Ticket Services at 646.223.3010.