In Mandragora Circus, two characters tell a story of comedy and love without words. Combining the techniques of modern clowning and physical theatre, the characters perform circus acts and use musical instruments to weave a story that reflects life in unexpected ways. Circus becomes poetry in this original show, written and directed by Juan Cruz Bracamonte.
Performed for the first time in Argentina in 2003, Bracamonte and Mariana Silva have gone on to perform Mandragora Circus to rave reviews in 51 countries across five continents. Appealing to audiences of all ages and all cultures, fun and laughter are guaranteed.