Already closed | 1h 5m | Midtown W

Pss Pss

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Inspired by the silent film era, this clowning couple fumbles through merry mishaps, absurd antics and priceless pas de deux. A presentation of The Victory Theater for ages 4 and up. More…

They snicker and stumble, squabble and make peace, all without a word (but with a little help from the audience!). Slapstick at its sweetest, this timeless performance celebrates the clumsy connection we make when we meet our match.

1h 5m | Already closed | The New Victory Theater (Midtown W)

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August 12th, 2016
for a previous production "Fassari and Pessi are a double-act in the mold of Chaplin – and are simply the best mime artists...A show of comedy-driven feats that beguile rather than strut...The show’s success lies in Fassari and Pessi’s onstage rapport and fluid expressivity...Sometimes 'Pss Pss’s' general air of whimsy be...
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August 17th, 2016
for a previous production "From simple exchanges, some seriously clever clowning is born. Occasionally it strays into the territory of very high calibre children’s party entertainment, but mostly their interactions highlight the duo’s formidable talent – which becomes more and more apparent as the show develops...Equally ...
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February 22nd, 2018
for a previous production "Switzerland’s Compagnia Baccalà combines clowning, physical theatre, and acrobatics in this two-person show...Fassari and Pessi are not only skilled; they’re extremely charming clowns...And the chemistry between them is terrific, whether they’re clawing at each other or wrapped in a prolonged hu...
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August 7th, 2014
for a previous production "An intricate, textured clown piece that ranges from powerful comedic minimalism to elaborate aerial theatre and circus...Members of the audience gasped...and often found themselves clapping in delight or appreciation at the drama and power...A narrative that is confusing in places, but for good,...
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