CUC Studio, Liverpool
Not many of us can resist the impulse to watch a good magician, or try and work out for ourselves how an illusionist weaves his magic. Even with all the latest gadgetry it’s still the oldest tricks that work the best. Human curiosity has been around for centuries.
The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Dr. Faustus featured a cast of 20 young people, original music and a couple of brushes with the devil. In this production we see first-hand the thrill of conjuring and the spoils it brings. But beware those of you who wish to trick others, you may not realise who’s tricking you!
Directed by Iona Farley with Emma Eveleigh and Ben Longthorne.
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