|The company of "A Passing Wind": Jered McLenigan (Satie), Ian Bedford (Henri Oller), Maureen Torsney-Weir (Bernhardt), Laura Catlaw (Angèle Thibodeau) and Leah Walton (Elizabeth Pujol).|
|"Baking our bread daily, making our daily bread," Leah Walton as Elizabeth Pujol and Damon Kirsche as Joseph Pujol|
|Joseph Pujol (Damon Kirsche) debuts his legendary act for patrons of the Moulin Rouge.|
|Joseph (Damon Kirsche) and Elizabeth (Leah Walton) backstage.|
|Pujol (Damon Kirsche) and Oller (Ian Beford) interrupt Angèle's new act "La Femme Pétomane."|
|The Moulin Rouge salutes France at the outbreak of WWI:|
Ian Bedford as Henri Oller, Damon Kirsche as Joseph Pujol, Laura Catlaw as Angèle Thibodeau.
|Joseph Pujol, AKA "Le Petomane" (Damon Kirsche) blasts Angèle (Laura Catlaw),|
who stands in reluctantly as a German soldier.
|Sarah Bernhardt (Maureen Torsney-Weir) explains the ephemeral yet eternal beauty of Theatre to Pujol (Damon Kirsche): "Life begets life, chemistry begets chemistry, it's only by spending oneself that one becomes rich."|