VOLUME 6: SOMETHING STOLEN
The acts we see on stage strike us with their originality and timeliness, we seldom learn the questionable origins or borrowed elements behind them. This year, in Acrobatic Conundrum’s annual curated cabaret, a talented team of acrobats and circus performers reveal the sources of their inspiration. Volume 6 is an homage to circus past, art translated into movement, and thrilling feats that plagiarize life experience itself. An all star ensemble of circus performers, with music from Faith Stankovich (aka Liberty Strikes), take away your breath with impossible grace, even as they unravel the inner workings before your very eyes.
Performers: Terry Crane, Emma Curtiss, Maureen & Ty Monroe, Nick & Wendy Harden, Faeble Kievman, Melissa K Knowles, Rachel Nehmer, Emiliano Ron, Cooper Stanton.
Directed by Ty Monroe
Friday, November 30, 8p
Saturday, December 1, 3p + 8p - FUNDRAISER SHOW
Sunday, December 2, 5p (+ Free Contemporary Circus Flight, 4:15p) - ASL Interpreted Performance
Thursday, December 20, 7:30p
Friday, December 21, 8p
Saturday, December 22, 3p + 8p
12th Avenue Arts
1620 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Runtime: 90 minutes
There will be an ASL interpreted performance on Sunday, December 2 at 5pm. A section of seats in the sightline of the interpreters will be reserved for Deaf, hard of hearing and friends. There is no need to confirm them in advance.
For wheelchair accessible seating and companion seats: kindly purchase general admission tickets, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will gladly reserve seating that suits your needs.
December 1 is a special Fundraiser Show!
All tickets to this special fundraising performance are $24. Let's not stop there, though! We encourage you to add a $10, $25, $50, $100, $500 donation to your ticket purchase! Or more! Not sure how much you want to donate? Donate some now and some at the show! Donate some now and enter the drawing at the show! Buy a drink at the show! Help us reach our $10,000 winter fundraising goal!
This work has been supported in part by grants from the Washington State Arts Commission, the National Endowment for the Arts, and 4Culture