From the very great Penn and Teller this 1995 show features one of the greatest varieties of arts in a single show in the duo’s career. Theater sketches, stand up comedy monologues and magic, lots of magic.
The entire show is loaded and born from the same premise. The love of fear. Each magic game, sketch or monologue was born and represents a different fear. Fear of blood, fear of bugs, fear of death, claustrophobia…
Penn and Teller manage in a masterful way to scare the audience while laughing, playing with their fears, covering them with blood and insects, making a borrowed ring travel to the intestines of a spectator, locking the guest comedian in a tiny space to do his monologue, and another of the guests pierces her eye in the middle of a sketch.
These are just some of the offerings you’ll see in Penn and Teller’s wonderfully forgettable show. A visualization without waste of how to get new games or versions out of unexpected premises and how these can even shape a show by configuring themselves as its backbone.
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