Ex­tra­or­di­nary ad­ven­ture

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Every pro­duc­tion by Cirque Plume em­ployed an en­tirely new cast – un­like other estab­lished com­pa­nies, which of­ten have a per­ma­nent cast of per­form­ers.

They have played to au­di­ences to­talling more than two mil­lion peo­ple world­wide.

The last three shows – Plic Ploc in 2004, The Artist’s Stu­dio in 2009 and Tem­pus Fugit in 2013 – were seen by more than 300,000 peo­ple. But the Kud­lak broth­ers say this def­i­nitely will be their fi­nal pro­duc­tion. The show started in France and will tour world­wide, end­ing its run in 2020 when the cir­cus act folds. The broth­ers de­scribed the three- decade run of Cirque Plume as the “ad­ven­ture of a huge ves­sel set to dock” af­ter “hav­ing lived an ex­tra­or­di­nary hu­man and artis­tic ad­ven­ture”.

Agence France-Presse

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