A moment from "The Last Saeason" of Cirque Plume, taken June 7, 2017 in Besan.
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To enter the world of Cirque Plume is to fall into a magical wonderland of fairies and otherworldly creatures – a musical universe where artists flit around the stage, sometimes in slow motion.It was created in 1984 by the two brothers, Bernard and Pierre Kudlak, and seven of their friends.In the "Last Season," under decorated skies that depict autumn, winter, spring or summer, performers act out everyday life or get down on all fours to transform into animals.The Kudlak brothers insist the "Last Season" will be their final production. The show started in France and will tour worldwide, ending its run in 2020 when the circus act finally folds.
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