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Le Cercle des illusionnistes

Where: Victoria Hall Fremantle, 179 High Street, Fremantle, Western Australia

Restrictions: 9+

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Perth French Theatre with the support of Bonjour Perth Events is thrilled to be back after a 2-year break performing in French with English subtitles the Illusionists Circle for 5 performances only at Crooked Spire Coffee and Art House in Midland.

This French play by Alexis Michalik was awarded three Molières in 2014, the greatest recognition for theatre in France.

21 Actors and 15 Crew members will gather together around you to share some French culture and transport you to the world of magic and cinema!

Synopsis
While the French football team play Euro 84, April's bag is stolen from the metro by December. But the young man decides to return it to its owner! Destiny is on the move.

Both will follow in the footsteps of Robert-Houdin, inventor of modern magic, and Georges Méliès, a great figure in cinema. Eras, places and passions respond strangely to each other.
While life has fun playing tricks, will love triumph over illusions?

In this dizzying, award-winning comedy, Alexis Michalik, the talented author of Edmond, combines lightness, depth and wonder to question the magic of art in our lives.

The idea with this play is to bring the audience in a dream with wide open eyes. The Past and Present will have to intertwine. The actors will travel in time and space without constraints at a frantic pace. As in our memory, the comings and goings of the past will be instantaneous.

The group movements will allow us to confuse the public to let them get lost a little, the magic and the illusion will transport them into a poetic universe, where destiny is created.

Stella Sulak, Director of Perth French Theatre explains to us why now?
"Questioning fate seems appropriate in our current time. What can artists, dreamers, illusionists, magicians, poets, entertainers reveal to us? Would they be able to open other paths in this changing world?
This journey beyond reality, beyond time, opens the doors to an infinity of possibilities.
This play takes us into a captivating waltz without beginning or end. It invites us to turn and turn like the earth which turns on itself and around the sun.
It invites us to enter the dance and believe!"

Perth French Theatre is a French/Australian not-for-profit company created in 2015 to by Stella Sulak who is passionate and creates from conception to production some French plays with English subtitles.

This theatrical group, who strongly believes in connections and the multicultural strength of Western Australia, welcomes people from different ages and backgrounds who share the same interest in theatre, French language and culture.

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