The performer is sitting in front of the audience. Slowly he is sticking out his tongue. Then he raises his hand, slowly saluting the audience.
The light goes out.
The P. is standing and lights a lantern that hangs horizontally from the end of the thread of a fishing rod that he carries on the left shoulder.
At first it creates a circle of light on the opposite wall. Slowly lowering the light appears the shadow of his head. Then the rest of the body.
The shade is large. He raises a hand trying to give it to the shadow, walking slowly towards it.
Try to catch the shadow by shaking the performer.
Take out a mirror and try to reflect the light in the public and in your eye.
The performer puts the fishing rod on the head in balance, advancing and pointing the shadow of the handle of the cane.
He takes the fishing rod in both hands and tosses the lantern in front of him by inserting it into a black backpack that is close to the wall of shadows; Shakes the cane so that the flashlight inside the backpack produces sounds and different light intensities.
The performer approaches the backpack and turns off the flashlight. He opens the door and his figure appears in backlight, raising his hand slowly.