Performed by the company named Circle of Eleven, Leo is a live show that features an hour long gravity-breaking performance. The show is performed by Tobias Wegner while its directive credits go to Daniel Briere. In 2011 Leo performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe where eight hundred other theatrical productions were involved as well. For this performance, the live theatrical received the Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award. The Edinburg Award is provided to those productions that present the most unique ideas and bring forward originality. The winning act is decided by Ms. Tambor, along with several members from her production house. Along with this award, the act was also awarded the Scotsman Fringe First Award and the Three Weeks Editors Awards, based on their performance at the Edinburg Festival Fringe.
The production brings an entirely new concept on stage, where the actor is trapped inside a small room, and the laws of gravity are close to being non-existent. The performance provides the audience with a surreal experience in which they begin to question their state of being. Whether they are up or actually down? It not only questions the laws of gravity, but also challenges the audience's perceptions and senses, pushing their minds to question the facts. This physical theatrical show has received much deserved critical acclaim throughout Berlin and New York. How this actually works is a quite clever idea. The audiences are presented with two actors; one is the actual Tobias Wegner while the other one is a projection which rests in centre stage. The gravity defiance is carried out through video projective illusions in which the video avatar's image is change and rotated. So if the actual actor is standing up straight, it might appear as if he is walking upside down on the ceiling.
The show starts off very normally, in which the actor is seen walking across the room, carrying a suitcase in his hand. He seems to be waiting for something or just killing time, when all of a sudden he realizes that he has supernatural abilities. He start climbing up the walls and presents his first anti-gravitational act on Frank Sinatra's record; 'I've got the World on a String'. The choreography of the show has been handled by Juan Kruz Diaz; a former member of Sasha Waltz's ensemble. If you have a keen eye for the creative arts, then this act is perfect for you. Get your hands on Leo tickets without any further delay, if you wish to see this mind-bending performance.
This wordless performance has been converted into a piece of art with the help of the show's creative team. With the suitcase as his only prop and his body providing all the entertainment, even his smallest movements appears to be magical. With animation skills provided by Ingo Panke and lighting handled by Flavia Hevia, the performance brings forward emotions such as humor, surprise and agitation. The comparison that the audiences are provided with is quite a refreshing concept. Watchers can see the real Tobias knowing exactly what he is doing while the life size projection is simply clueless and trying to adjust to this unnatural environment. With the help of simple illusions, the actor changes a bare room into a magical playground. Though his frustration can be clearly seen as he tries to escape from the room, he also tries a few embarrassing ballet moves and hip hop dancing, just to bring humor to the table. The actor also finds a chalk with which he creates his very own sitting room, playing around with drawings. He creates a sitting area with room for two, a table with wine on it; however, his frustration is clearly depicted as he has no one with him. He tries to chalk himself out of the room, but after a few unsuccessful attempts feels stuck. If you wish to see whether the trapped entertainer breaks free from this space, then remember to purchase Leo tickets within due course of time.
- A BandHouse Gigs Tribute To Leon Russell The Barns At Wolf Trap
Some of the best theatre productions have released their schedules. Leo will run at its venue on 7-Apr-18. Upcoming show will be staged at The Barns At Wolf Trap, Vienna. For the complete list of dates and venues, please visit our website.
|A BandHouse Gigs Tribute To Leon Russell||The Barns At Wolf Trap||Vienna, VA||Sat Apr 07 201804/07 08:00 PM|
Leo Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Leo tickets is $922. The date and location for this event is 7-Apr-18 at The Barns At Wolf Trap, Vienna. The minimum get-in price for Leo tickets is $33.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|A BandHouse Gigs Tribute To Leon Russell||Vienna||7-Apr-18||$922||$33|
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