Current Productions

 
Click on image for more information! Photo: Marc Hoffman

Click on image for more information!
Photo: Marc Hoffman

the fig tree waltzes

Available to tour February - June 2020

Featuring choreography from Costa Rica's Jimmy Ortiz Chinchilla, Acrobatic Conundrum's newest work blends circus and dance into a poetic experience that pushes the artists to the edge. In a world where stakes are high and time is running out, The Fig Tree Waltzes is a paean to the human drive to keep playing against overwhelming odds.

Click on image for more infromation. Photo: Danny Boulet

Click on image for more infromation.
Photo: Danny Boulet

love and gravity

Available to tour February - June 2020

Love and Gravity presents six artists on a minimal stage with little else but their talents and hearts. The performers explore, through a tapestry-like journey, the endless ways in which we find love, support and partnership. This evening-length piece is appropriate for all ages and will leave you feeling joyful and awed by the power of human connection.


Past Productions

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volumes 1 - 6

Premiered 2012.

Every year, Acrobatic Conundrum curates a cabaret, adding a new “Volume” to the ever evolving story of circus. Each Volume is a world unto itself, featuring original pieces - long and short - from circus artists of all stripes.

Past performers include: Lauren Joy Hurley, Alex Allan, Leah Jones, Ellie Rossi, Una Bennett, Ross Travis, Emiliano Ron, Unicycle Built for two and more. 

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CONTEMPORARY CIRCUS FLIGHT

FREE PERFORMANCE!

Let Acrobatic Conundrum be your circus sommelier!

Contemporary Circus Flight is totally free, totally short, and totally varied. During this half-hour long show, you’ll sample a range of short circus works accompanied by informal commentary. Whether you’re totally new to circus or a contemporary circus aficionado, the Contemporary Circus Flight is a fun way to get a taste for what’s happening under the big tent we call circus.

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language of chance

Premiered 2014.

Inspired by author Jorge Luis Borges’ magical realist tale, "The Library of Babel," this show consists of two pieces: A Book is Not a Ladder by choreographer and director KT Niehoff and Secret Passages by UMO Ensemble Executive Artist Elizabeth Klob. 

 

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the way out

Premiered 2013.

In Acrobatic Conundrum's debut production, eight strangers find themselves in a room with no exit. They are isolated from the world in a bunker where supplies are scarce. With no allies but each other, eight disparate personalities vie for survival, connection, and a way out.