"a delectable, 80-minute tour-de-force...” -San Jose News
"utterly engaging...don't miss it!” -SDGLN
Picasso was the first rock-star artist—a ferocious pacifist, obsessive art maker, flamboyantly opinionated philosopher, and self-proclaimed clown—who relished his passionate views about love, death, war, beauty, eternity, and creativity. Herbert Siguenza creates a joyful and mesmerizing portrait of the maestro as he dances, sculpts, shares secrets, clowns, draws and impersonates a matador while extensively quoting the father of modern art. With a skill that will amaze you, the actor draws and paints in real time during his performance! Go back to 1957 and spend three days with a genius inside his private studio on the southern coast of France for a weekend you will never forget. Having wowed audiences in San Diego, L.A., the Bay Area, Houston, Denver, and more, Siguenza’s one-man tour de force returns for a limited time on film, stronger than a bull in a china shop!