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The Neo-Futurists present their annual Pride Weekend benefit, a special edition of the Infinite Wrench that corrals the queerest plays into one show that slays gender roles, celebrates deviance, and sends all proceeds to benefit a local LGBTQ organization.
In Luzia, a waking dream transports audiences to an imaginary Mexico. They experience a wondrous world that invites them, enveloped in light and nurtured by rain, to explore their senses. Inspired by the cultural richness of Mexico, Cirque du Soleil's Luzia features original music by Canadian composer Simon Carpentier. The show's album takes Carpentier's music (written for a live acoustic setting) and passes it through the filter of the electro-pop of Nortec Collective's Bostich + Fussible with an infusion of brassy Mexican and Latin American sounds.
The Neo-Futurists are proud to present two accessible performances of The Infinite Wrench, Friday, June 2 at 7pm for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. This performance features open captioning and ASL interpretation and Saturday, June 3 at 7pm is catered to individuals who are blind or have low vision features. The Saturday performance includes an audio description and a pre-performance touch tour beginning at 5:30pm.
Amazing and amusing, Marc's theatrical creations have been hailed as "Not to be missed!" by ABC News and "A surefire 'you-gotta-see-this-show' show!" by Variety. Both fascinating and psychological, his performances have been enjoyed by millions around the world from Broadway and the West End to the Sydney Opera House and Singapore, earning him the name "The King of the Mind-Readers" by Time Out.
Marc's mystifying techniques and quick wit "break the lock" on the minds of randomly selected audience members. He has had the pleasure of outwitting such well-known celebrities as Sting, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Donald Trump, Arthur Miller, Paul Newman, Prince Andrew, Judi Dench, Ronald Reagan!
Entering Mrs. Phu's means crossing a gauntlet of steadfast Reaganites and pro-lifers. Just on the other side of the trenches lies a world where a waiter wrangles eccentric customers, a hippie lady floats aimlessly, and three very different women gather to receive abortions under the constraints of stringent federal mandates.
Note: This show is recommended for mature audiences.
Blending together the artistry of dancers, contortionists, high-wire artists, and French cirque nouveau superstar James Thierrée's extraordinary physical prowess, this spectacle premiered at the Edinburgh International Festival.