Visual burlesque show (without words)
suitable for all ages, from 8 years upwards.
Total show time: 70 minutes
Places to perform : Theatres, Tents

Buno does not speak.

Alone on the stage with a chair and a flying piano, with hair like after an explosion of firecrackers, he enthrals the public with a series of wacky and wonderful numbers. A series of audacious exuberances explode when he shows his non-conformist desires.

This crazy eccentric oddball, a screwball, wing nut, wacko - there’s simply no words to describe this strange, crazy man. This character who doesn’t have both oars in the water, a few sandwiches short of a picnic, not the sharpest knife in the drawer, a few cans short of a six-pack, is still extravagant and sensitive: he flutters between absurdity and madness.

Buno is a hero of an ongoing failure but still he manages to always come out a winner.
It’s a delightful show of a child who never grew up, a rebel against all codes of propriety, acted out with striking humour.

In a universe which continually juggles circus, music hall and theatre, Buno laces his poetry with a chainsaw.

Life would like us to believe that being an adult involves leaving behind your childhood dreams in order to accept “reality.” Creating art is an expression of the willingness to change the society in which we live; to escape from it, in order to create a new one. I became a clown, for my own pleasure, in order to avoid the world. Bruno then became “BUNO”. Buno talks about this escape, this need of being. This was done spontaneously, without forethought. I never had the ambition to be a clown, I did not become one by choice, nor by desire, but by pure nature.

The show “Buno, Volare, Volare“ is a continuation of the challenge I had already set myself with the character Buno. A maturation of the uncertain opus “Buno, solo circus,” which itself was a step up from the explosive “Buno moons.”
“Buno, Volare, Volare“ is the culmination of this mad exploration in the delirious universe of Buno. This is a new opportunity for my hero to revise the classics that he had omitted to investigate.

“Buno, Volare, Volare” is a surrealistic show that poetically expresses the total commitment, the perpetual quest, perseverance, failures and faith necessary to achieve “the unreachable star.”