ON STAGE // VISITING ARTIST SERIES
Conceived, created & performed by
Seth Bloom & Christina Gelsone
Air Sculptures in collaboration with
Directed by West Hyler
Circus and science collide in gorgeous homage to the power of air.
New Lobby Bar! Join us at the new pop-up bar in the Top of the Hop to enjoy a glass of wine or beer before or after the evening show! Bar opens one hour before the show.
PRICING SCALE (C/B/A)
Dartmouth students: $10
“[A] buoyant fusion of wordless clowning and aerial spectacle.” The Age (Australia)
Air has never seemed less ordinary than in this jaw-dropping display of wind, currents and the objects they move. Featuring husband and wife clown acrobats with a commedia dell’arte flair, the show traverses a whimsical landscape of flying umbrellas, larger-than-life balloons, ginormous kites—and the biggest snow globe you’ve ever seen! Everyday objects are transformed as fabrics billow, plastic bags hover and gravity is gloriously suspended.
Recommended for all ages.
Use of strobe lights, fog and haze.
Air has never seemed less ordinary than in Air Play, a jaw-dropping spectacle of wind, currents and the objects they can move. Featuring husband-and-wife clown acrobats, the show traverses a fantastical landscape of flying umbrellas, larger-than-life balloons, ginormous kites—and the biggest snow globe you’ve ever seen! Ordinary objects are transformed as fabrics billow, plastic bags hover and gravity is gloriously suspended when Air Play is performed on Saturday, December 2, 3 and 7 pm, in The Moore Theater of the Hopkins Center for the Arts.
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By Florence Montmare