Snapshot: Paul on stage. “I forget myself, the developed concepts have long been played out, I only improvise. The energy level is almost exhausted, but there is still a lot of energy coming from the audience, who feels as close to insanity as I do. That’s what gives me the strength to go on for a bit.
On the verge of hyperventilating, completely drenched in sweat, wondering what spirit has gotten into me, I am so overjoyed that I can finish the show. Moments like these happen when everything is coming together: I’m in the right place at the right time, performing for people (preferably hundreds) who are ready for this experience. And last but not least, I have to be in top shape so this magical and incomprehensible energy exchange can take place.“
That’s Paul Wako’s vision: “bringing something like this to big stages, for as many people as possible. We wake up after the show as if from a dream – trembling from all this energy exchange. That’s what this project is about. At the same time, it’s the part of me I most want to show, most want to share and give to the world.“