A symphony of acrobatics, sound and light.
Ten bodies appear in a flash of light. They move in harmony for a fleeting moment and then descend into a sinuous trance. Towers grow and decay, bodies leap and are caught, as physical limits are pushed to their extreme. Can we ever find a perfect balance or is adapting to constant change the only way forward?
This performance by the internationally acclaimed contemporary circus company Circa is a tightly woven choreography of bodies, pulsing with music by composer Ori Lichtik and revealed in Paul Jackson's dramatic lighting. Created by circus visionary Yaron Lifschitz, Humans 2.0 is intimate, primal and deeply engaged with the challenge of being human.
Since 2004, Circa has toured the world performing in more than 40 countries where they have been greeted by standing ovations and rave reviews. Circa is at the forefront of the new wave of contemporary Australian circus – pioneering how extreme physicality can create powerful and moving performances. It continues to push the boundaries of the art form, blurring the lines between movement, dance, theatre and circus, compelled by the question 'what is possible in circus?'
"Jaw-dropping, seat-clawing and armchair-exhausting"
Photo: Yaya Stempler
Accessible with wheelchair Designed for hearing impaired The venue has serving
1 h 10 min
- Yaron Lifschitz with the The Circa Ensemble creators
Yaron Lifschitz director
- Ori Lichtik music
- Paul Jackson lighting designer
- Libby McDonnell costumes
Jason Organ technical manager
The Circa Ensemble cast
Circa acknowledges the assistance of the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body and the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.
Supported byH. Westfal-Larsen og Hustru Anna Westfal-Larsens Almennyttige Fond
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