'The feedback has been outstanding. They emerged as the highlight of the conference.'
Paul Morocco wasn't born here. Legend has it that he walked out of the family home in Virginia Beach with nothing but a bag of fruit, a Spanish guitar, a smile on his face and a promise to avoid clichés forever. He's never looked back.
Travelling the world, he has mastered the unpredictability of street audiences and the flamboyance of cabaret; he captured the romance of circus and the subtlety of theatre to produce a performance style of his very own. Then, with Marcial Fernandez and Guilermo de Endaya, he created Olé.
Paul adopts the character of an apparently soulful Mediterranean musician who mixes what passes as flamenco with a stream of ping-pong balls, leading into a surreal love story juggling five (or even seven) assorted fruits and eggs. Natural modesty forbids him mentioning his other spectacular abilities.
Likewise, shyness usually prevents Paul from listing his numerous television credits, apart from The Jonathan Ross Show and the Royal Variety Performance. In Holland he starred on Going Bananas, in Italy MTV Live, in Japan Orando Mura, in America NBC Overnight. This is just the sort of thing he prefers to keep under his hat - when he's not throwing it thirty feet across the stage onto a microphone stand.
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