Chris Kauffman sets up his props, his screen, where the background of his performance pops up, and promptly becomes Nhar, who reminds us of a cross between Harpo Marx and Charlie Chaplin with the hat, coat and moustache. Here, however his character is Pedro (a disgruntled warehouse worker). Pedro discovers a gold fish, and this little creature is the starting point for a brilliant illustration of many issues society deals with today as well as Pedro’s own personal need for love. Kauffman is a master mime although Pedro does murmur a few words and sing a few songs. Nhar Moves is creative theatre and a must on your Fringe list.