Excitement and laughter of a theater night
“The focus was on the first protagonist, who entered with clumsy gait and broad smile. The clown “Gromic,” whose real name is Michael Gueulette-was responsible for the successful opening session of activities organized by the Municipal Huerta de San Vicente.
To him fell the responsibility of starting the first applause of an audience, however, at first seemed no opened to many jokes. Even in this situation the Belgian artist did the hardest thing in show business: he was able to make the audience laugh by using … nothing.
There lied and lies his success: he based his show on the use of very simple elements, no paraphernalia, equipment or colorful fireworks. His hands shaped an oddball toad eyes, brown great coat in the style of Sherlock Holmes served to represent multiple pieces of mime surprisingly fun, and his hat, tie and dress were enough to finish decorating a character who put the crowd on its feet, singing and dancing to catchy songs. Description: hands up, palms to the sky and shared happiness. Forming letters and mouths open to sing very loudly the first note of the chorus of “YMCA” by the Village People.
Translated from Spanish