A Simple Space will make your body sing

A Simple Space, Gravity & Other Myths, the Cultch

The acrobatic circus, A Simple Space, is physically ecstatic

A Simple Space is all about pleasure in the body.

Gravity & Other Myths, the elegantly minimalist acrobatic troupe from Australia is so playfully athletic that the kids in your life will totally—and innocently—dig their show. And A Simple Space is so essentially erotic that you will—innocently—appreciate it on a whole other level. (I mean, really, these folks are hot. Let’s admit that. And celebrate it.)

Their skill level is crazy, and there are thrills to match. The performers go flying through the air and land on one another’s shoulders. They do one-armed handstands on one another’s heads. They climb up one another then hurl themselves into space. They toss one another around like rag dolls.

Buy your tickets now. A Simple Space is at the York Theatre until October 24, but don’t let that lull you into complacency. Once word gets out, this one is going to sell out. So pick up that phone or go to the Cultch’s website. (And, if you can, get seats on the stage.)

 

 

About Colin Thomas

Colin Thomas is a Vancouver-based editor, an award-winning playwright, and an established theatre critic. Colin helps writers unlock the full potential of their novels, short stories, screenplays, and children's books.

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