If you live in Weber State’s University Village, you know what it takes to live in small spaces. After watching Circle of Eleven’s “LEO,” you’ll learn how to defy those walls. On Jan. 26 and 27, WSU will welcome the world-renowned one-man-show, “LEO.” The show will be held at the Allred Theater inside the Browning Center. Show times are at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $7 for WSU students and $22 for non-students.
Defying all laws of gravity, “LEO” is a mesmerizing performance, on the cutting edge of live theatre. What is described as an anti-gravity show, “LEO” takes the viewer on a mind-bending journey. Follow the shows creator and actor Tobias Wegner as he portrays the comically unaware Leo.
In an interview with Vaude Visuals, Wegner Explained the magic of his show. “My performance is captured live and projected at the same time so it’s a live feed … some of the live performance gets mixed up in different video layers, so I sort of interact with the video.” Associated Press Theatre reviewer Jennifer Farrar described the show by saying, “Leo wears an air of bemusement at his predicament as Wegner perfectly interacts with special effects in the video while endlessly repositioning himself.”
“LEO” is the recipient of multiple awards, including the Scotsman Fringe First Award and the Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award.