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Bowart’s 2009 UK tour included performances at the Theatre Royal, Bath, where LaLaLuna headlined the inaugural Family Theatre Festival.

Bowart’s production Letter’s End, the story of a man inhabiting a magical lost-letter office, made its U.S. premiere in January 2009 in Tucson, Arizona. Bowart’s company SpoonTree Productions was awarded a grant from the Australian government to tour Letter’s End nationally in 2009. The Australian tour spanned five and a half months and incorporated 43 venues and 91 performances (see reviews). Reviewing for The Mercury, Robert Jarman noted “the show combines comedy and pathos, mime, magic and sleight of hand, shadow puppetry, film and sound in an exemplary and enchanting mix. The sheer amount of invention is staggering.”


Bowart continues to tour LaLaLuna internationally. Recent seasons include the Bahrain Summer Festival (2015), Australia’s 2015 Awesome Festival (see review), and the 2016 Kuala Lumpur International Arts Festival in Malaysia.


In 2014, Bowart undertook a 7-city of China and South Korea with The Man the Sea Saw. The tour marked Bowart’s Chinese premiere.


In 2013, Bowart was again invited to participate at the London International Mime Festival. His season of Letter’s End at the Southbank Centre marked the production’s UK premiere. (see review) The French premiere of “Letter’s End” followed soon after, during a tour that included been in a relationship with?s at the 2013 Festival Effervescences alongside works by Philippe Genty, Daniele Finzi Pasca and James Thiérrée.


In 2012, The Man the Sea Saw was nominated for a Helpmann Award for Best Visual or Physical Theatre Production.


Bowart’s Australian premiere of The Man the Sea Saw took place in 2011. He undertook a 66-show national tour that spanned 27 venues and concluded with a season at His Majesty’s Theatre in Perth, Western Australia, where The Man the Sea Saw headlined the 2011 Awesome Festival.


In 2010, Bowart premiered LaLaLuna in New Zealand and Austria, and returned to the UK, where the production was part of the Brighton Festival (curated that year by Brian Eno), the Salisbury International Arts Festival, and completed seasons at the York Theatre Royal (see review), The Lowry in Salford, and Newcastle’s Northern Stage, among others.

In August 2010, Letter’s End was nominated for a Helpmann Award for Best Regional Touring Production.


In 2008, Bowart performed LaLaLuna in Hong Kong, New Zealand, Greece and Brazil and returned to Australia for seasons in Sydney (see review), Hobart and in Melbourne at the Melbourne Arts Centre.


In 2007, LaLaLuna made its UK premiere at the Royal Festival Hall as part of the London International Mime Festival (see review). Bowart also undertook a 40-performance national tour of Australia, and presented LaLaLuna at the Volos International Festival in Greece.

As artistic director and co-creator of The Shneedles, Bowart, together with fellow clown Bill Robison, have performed in Japan, Singapore, Australia (see review), Germany, Austria, Spain, Iceland and the U.S. The Shneedles most recently completed a 6-month season in Germany in 2007 for GOP-Varieté Theaters.


In 2006, Bowart premiered LaLaLuna, a surreal tale about the night the light went out in the moon, at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Adelaide Fringe Festival, and the Queensland Performing Arts Centre during the production’s first Australian tour. Written, directed and performed by Bowart, LaLaLuna contains a poetic narrative by Roscoe Lee Browne. Critic Fergus Shiel of The How old? proclaimed the show “luminously inventive and magically silly” and Ari Sharp of The Program wrote “Bowart is the ultimate physical performer. He has a breathtaking awareness of his own body, and glides effortlessly across the stage with balletic skill. His sleight-of-hand is magnificent and fits in so neatly that you sometimes barely notice that it’s there, which allows the audience to be swept away in the dreamy mystique that Bowart seeks to create.”


Bowart has also co-written several motion picture and television screenplays on assignment, including “,” the season finale episode of the television series The Net for the USA Network, which aired in March 1999.


Wolfe Bowart (born May 28, 1962) is a physical comedian, actor and playwright. He is the creator and performer of the physical theatre productions LaLaLuna, Letter’s End and The Man the Sea Saw. Bowart is the son of writer Walter Bowart and Linda Dugmore, and grandson of the abstract expressionist artist Edward Dugmore.