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A picture of perfect harmony and completely in control! The polish born twins popularly known as the Caesar Twins perform a series of balletic, gravity-defying stunts. Their show combines on-the-edge acrobatics with sumptuous aesthetics, live music, humour and a bit of kitsch thrown in for good measure.
These perfectly identical twins are out to impress and amaze with a show that constantly keeps you engaged as they reel off act after act, each one completely different. Alongside acclaimed German artistic director Markus Pabst, the twins have developed a world-class act that continues to astonish and enthral audiences worldwide.
While they do display their contortionism, strength and balancing skills, they have also broadened out more into the entertainment side. Among the energetic bouncy stuff is dance and comedy, strung around a framework designed to illustrate the telepathic bond that unites them, the X factor required to pull off their gravity-defying skills. They transform themselves from angels to video game characters, from acrobats in the public arena to private twins.
The Caesar Twins, who originate from Poland, have already become world-wide celebrities. Now, initially for the winter season 2008 / 2009, they have found a new artistic home in Dresden. The much awaited acrobatic Show Caesar's House of Twins will be premiered in November in the former Orpheum ballroom.
The Orpheum, which was begun in 1873, is concealed behind the typical late 19th-century facade of the building at Kamenzer Strasse 19 in the outer Neustadt district. The Caesars House of Twins is set to feature the twins' artistic show accompanied by music, poetry, body art, acrobatics, and culinary delights for the audience members as well. It has been reported that the meals will be served by twins - in keeping with the theme.
Among the many performances by these twins were their smash-hit performances at the Edinburgh Festival, in London's West End. Their sets at that festival were an instant hit. It struck a neat balance between frivolous and artful, intertwining raucous comedy with mellow sequences exuding an ethereal beauty very particular to the Caesar brothers.
The aerial silk number that came towards the end was also quite extraordinary. Other highlights included a kitsch computer game-themed battle, and the visually stunning fishbowl finale. In 2006 they performed in front of 9.5 million television viewers at The Royal Variety Performance which projected these talented acrobatic geniuses into the public arena.
They started training when they were just 5. Aged 17, Pablo and Pierre became the Youth World Champions in Acrobatic Sports. At 18 they joined a modern German circus. In 2002 a blindfolded Pablo fell off the wheel of death in a German circus. He had broken spine, shattered hip, and was initially comatose.
After under going a reconstructive surgery he ended up in a wheelchair, and doctors told him he would never walk again. However, with his brother's constant care and devotion, Pablo was once again able to perform jaw-dropping stunts within six months.
Now, seeing the young man turning back flips the word 'miracle' springs to mind. However, this is not a miracle, but a triumph of the human spirit. Nothing can be less than perfect in the Caesar Twins show: they can't disappoint the audience, but most of all they cannot risk another potentially mortal accident.
Their interest in Art lead them to wider horizons such as Photography (One In Two, a photography book about the two of them by gay publisher Robert Pater), Fashion and Dance.
Looking like just out of an Italian Renaissance painting, the Caesars fly about, dazzlingly, beautifully, soaring through the air on wires like angelic beings, flipping and somersaulting across a trampoline with mesmerising speed and agility.
When the 27-year old Pablo and his brother Pierre fly through the air doing multiple somersaults, or when one of them performs a one-armed handstand on the head of his twin brother, or when they both demonstrate elegant water acrobatics in a see-through pool holding 1000 litres of water, spectators cannot fail to be fascinated.
Inspite of the cutting edge acts, the Caesar Twins infuse their bravados with sympathy, charm and sexiness. This is surely another of their winning points: be it the ambiguous closeness they sport towards each other or their knowing chivalry towards the female audience, these lithe powerhouses are just hot!
They possess such engaging stage presence you can't help but will them on. Their show is all the more energetic for it and is nothing short of a thrilling ride provoking dizzying emotions and butterflies in the tummy!