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The Beiteddine Art Festival held its closing act "Cirkopolis" Thursday night, bringing an alternative approach to circus performing to the Chouf palace.The show includes its own unique music score and video projections to set the scene.From here, the show's storyline becomes somewhat muddled and is left as an inconsistent afterthought, as the troupe perform several circus acts.Joining the main circus acts together are a few lighthearted sketches, like when three girls dressed in brightly colored dresses try to teach the main character to perform feats of flexibility. A few more circus acts follow, including an exciting pole-acrobatics scene, where two men climb up a tall pole, twirl around and make scary drops, only to stop before hitting the ground.
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