Mystère“ Mystère”是太陽劇團經典之作。它集強勁的競技、高度精力的特技表演、已成為公司特徵具啟發性的比喻手法於一身。本劇被認為是劇場的“沙漠之花”，以其融合奇想、戲劇和超乎想像的表現手法，震撼著數代觀眾的心。本劇只在金銀島飯店（Treasure Island）上演， “ Mystère”帶給人終極的發現：生活本身，神秘難解。
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The Spermatos / The Spermatites
The Spermatos and Spermatites are like viruses, contaminating the world of Mystère with infectious folly. They are the seeds of life, moving about frantically to fulfill their destinies.
The Red Bird leaps ever higher in his futile attempt to take to the skies. Still convinced he can fly, he struggles against his fate.
In perpetual servitude, the Laquais are the footmen of Mystère. Their objective is to serve and support others in their pursuit of happiness.
Brian Le Petit
Brian looks relatively harmless as he sprints through the audience, but remember: he does not belong to this magical world. He is a troublemaker, always doing things he shouldn't, always in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Always in search of warmth and food, the babies represent the primitive human state: selfish and hungry.
La Vache à Lait
When the Vache à Lait sounds his ancient horn, it heralds a rebirth, a new beginning. The Vache à Lait is the protector of babies and a symbol of fertility.
Moha-Samedi is the narrator no one listens to. He takes himself very seriously, and gets very angry and disagreeable when others don't.
La Belle celebrates the present because her beauty-like life itself-is ephemeral. She is the mystery of beauty, timeless and fleeting.
The Black Widow is a praying mantis who destroys the illusions and dreams of her victims. She is the antithesis of the Belle's beauty and grace.
The ever-present and unpredictable Birds of Prey fly furiously through the world of Mystère. They can be graceful and serene, but when hungry they will attack, devouring their prey with delight.
This chameleon can completely disappear before your eyes. But when it skitters about in its reptilian dance, the lizard shows off its shiny green skin with flashes of scarlet.
The Double Faces hide behind haunting masks. In constant search of their own identities, they seldom reveal vulnerability.