Now and at the Hour  
Mer. 23 mai 2012 à 20:00
Théâtre Rialto
5723, av. du Parc, Montréal
2 pour 1 ! (Régulier:20.00$)

Il n'est plus possible de réserver de billets, ce spectacle a déjà eu lieu.

As he apologizes for being late, unfurls the carpet and sets the stage with mysterious-looking objects — an antique cigar case, a wooden Viewfinder, a set of cards — Cagigal signals that this is to be no ordinary theatre performance. Beginning a short monologue and facing viewers at either end of the stage, he seems to look at each one individually before he tells them:

"All magic happens in one place… your imagination."

Over the next hour, Cagigal’s spellbinding sleight-of-hand magic tricks and autobiographical story-telling weave together the themes of repressed memory, treasured moments, and magic as he recounts his experiences as a young man dealing with his father’s Vietnam-induced PTSD.

Now and at the Hour a poignant piece on memory & PTSD
by Rebecca Ugolini

  Now and at the Hour

Fil culturel | Théâtre

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Vos commentaires

Did it all ever happen before or is it gonna happen again?! who knows?  
Is it a magic show? Is is a play? I personally loved it. It's incredible cause it makes you think about your past. To the place you like to be... don't get me wrong. It's not that kind of magic. Every move and every act wants to tell you sth. It has a purpose. I'm sure you're gonna love it as we did!

Mer. 16 mai 2012