One-Man Show Defies Gravity, Bends RealityAcrobatic theatre performance will delight all ages
|Photo by Andy Phillipson|
That's the question posed by LEO: The Anti-Gravity Show, performing at downtown Asheville's Diana Worthan Theatre for two nights, Friday and Saturday, March 28 & 29, 2014.
From event producers: "LEO is the unusual journey of an otherwise ordinary man whose world becomes physically unhinged. In this witty, one-man show of acrobatic physical theatre, Leo lives at a ninety-degree angle to the rest of the world.
"With fluid, real-world handstands, tumbles, and falls projected by an ingenious video stage concept, the simple act of standing up is transformed into a stupendous feat, while walking up a wall becomes the most effortless and natural event."
The show has won awards at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where it made an unprecedented three-year run. Check out the video to see what's so special about this performance:
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March 22, 2014