Video footage: Mark Corliss

The Acrobatic Conundrum presents: THE WAY OUT

The beaten path leads to a dead end…

Eight strangers find themselves in a room with no exit. They are isolated from the world in a bunker where supplies are scarce. In the absence of enough, the new arrivals see themselves in a different light: vindictive and kind, desperate and hopeful. With no allies but each other, 8 disparate personalities vie for survival, connection, and a way out.

“The Way Out” is 90 minutes of heart-stopping acrobatics, aerial, theater and dance. It is a truly contemporary form of storytelling, using the raw physicality of the performers, video projection, the choreography of Elizabeth Rose and artistic direction of Terry Crane. “The Way Out” spotlights a small company of 8 acrobats with their hearts on their sleeves and their calluses worn smooth.

Featuring performances by:
Tanya Brno, Marta Brown, Arne Bystrom, Emma Curtiss, Joselynn Engstrom, Tyler Ferraro, Elizabeth Rose, Jonathan Rose

About The Acrobatic Conundrum

The Acrobatic Conundrum is a contemporary circus company from Seattle, Washington, founded in 2012 by Terry Crane and Joselynn Engstrom. The Conundrum presents original, extraordinary circus acts alongside moments of absurd and intimate humanity. The artists of the Acrobatic Conundrum tell their stories as individuals as well as take physical risks live onstage. As a company, they are dedicated to a vision of human courage, connection, and collaboration.

The Acrobatic Conundrum presents: THE WAY OUT

July 11 – July 27

Tickets Available: strangertickets.com/go/thewayout

$20 online; $25 at door (while supplies last)

Location:

Youngstown Cultural Arts Center

4408 Delridge Way SW Seattle, WA 98106

Schedule:

Thursdays: doors at 7:00PM, show at 7:30PM

Fridays & Saturdays: doors at 7:30PM, show at 8:00PM

Contact:

Additional Information: facebook.com/acrobatic.conundrum

Or email acrobatic.conundrum@gmail.com

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