Acrobatic Conundrum

At this year’s Fremont Solstice Parade, we put Baby Z up on a pair of junior-sized stilts, threw on some colorful clothing and and went parade crashing. We didn’t have a crew to march with, but figured we’d just go looking for a similarly sized set and make ourselves at home. Lucky us, when we broke through the crowd onto the parade route, our eyes tracked up the very long legs 10′ tall Joselynn Engstrom to her welcoming smile. We had a crew.

So it’s a great to hear she’s coming back to the neighborhood, this time to produce a show at Om Culture (2210 N Pacific St). She wrote us:

I am producing a project with a bunch of really amazing artists…and I think that you would enjoy seeing our show: “The Acrobatic Conundrum Vol. 1″

The Acrobatic Conundrum is a series of shows dedicated to presenting original, extraordinary circus acts. In volume 1, these artists dare to perform by their own rules during an evening of story, risk, exploration into the possibilities of circus performance. The show will feature unique work from established and up-and-coming Seattle area acrobats. Human vulnerability belies superhuman talent, as they flip, spin, and tumble towards a new tradition of expressive, vital circus.

Performances by: Wendy Allen, Una Bennett, Tanya Brno, Terry Crane, Emma Curtiss, Sol Doran, Tom Hanna, Nick Harden, Nick Lowery, Kari Podgorski, Jonathan Rose, Erica Swift, Jacki Ward

The show is Saturday, November 24th (that’s right after Thanksgiving) at 8:00 pm. Tickets are $12 online, and $15 at the door. Seating is limited, so reserve ahead of time.  More info on the Acrobatic Conundrum Facebook page.

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