February 26, 2010 / Modified may 1, 2010 2:25 a.m.

Wolfe Bowart

Mark McLemore meets Tucson native Wolfe Bowart, a performance artist who combines talents like magic, mime, and physical comedy in his new stage show "The Man the Sea Saw," at the Berger Performing Arts Center, March 5th.

The term "physical theatre" has been applied to performances that pursue storytelling through primarily physical means. Weaving together theater, circus, stage illusion, film, shadow puppetry and physical comedy, Wolfe Bowart is one of today's masters of physical theater.

In the last year alone, his critically acclaimed physical theater production has toured many European countries, Asia and Latin America. Finally he is visiting his hometown, Tucson.

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