Air Play is a comic adventure on an epic scale. Flying umbrellas, larger-than-life balloons, kites that float over the audience and the biggest snow globe you’ve ever seen will make you gasp in wonder, laugh until it hurts, and be touched by the affection and the rivalry between a sister and brother on a life-changing and surreal journey.
Air Play is an innovative and spectacular new show for audiences of all ages created by Seth Bloom and Christina Gelsone, the world famous Acrobuffos comedic duo from New York City.
Air Play plays big and successfully merges the high-flying art of Daniel Wurtzel’s ground-breaking air sculptures with the Acrobuffos crowd-pleasing comedy. The colour palate and themes of the show are inspired by the paintings of Joan Miro and Wassily Kandinsky.
[[Show Duration: 1 Hour
Audience Suitability: Universal
Stage Size: Min 10m x 10m / Height clearance of 13m.
Venue Capacity: 500 to 2000 Proscenium
Touring Party: 4
Booking Contact: Donatas Tarasevicius email@example.com///Dauer: 60 Min. (keine Pause)
Bühnengröße: Min. 10 m Breite x 10 m Tiefe/Höhe 13 m
Geeignete Zuschauerzahl: 500 to 2000 Proscenium
Anzahl Personen auf Tournee: 4
Kontakt für Informationen und Buchung: Donatas Tarasevicius
"...the main props of "Air Play" — balloons (including ones so large that the clowns could disappear inside them), long bolts of translucent cloth, ... are so delicate, so fragile, so light as air. You feel you're witnessing divine natural occurrences rather than carefully devised circus stunts." Hartford Courant
Conceived, created and performed by Seth Bloom and Christina Gelsone
Air Sculptures in collaboration with Daniel Wurtzel
Directed by West Hyler
The development of Air Play was kindly supported by New York City’s New Victory Theater, Cleveland’s Playhouse Square, New York City’s Flushing Town Hall and Lehigh University’s Zoellner Arts Center. A New Victory Theatre LabWorks grant recipient, Air Play was showcased on its main stage.
4 October: Morse PAC, The Villages, Florida, USA
10 October: Brooks Center, Clemson, South Carolina, USA
1 - 2 December: Hopkins Center, New Hampshire, USA
21 - 26 December: Brighton Dome, Brighton, UK
19 - 20 January: The Lowry, Manchester, UK
15 - 17 February: Des Moins Civic Center, Iowa, USA
21 February: Miller Auditorium, Michigan, USA
20 March: Fine Arts Center, Massachusetts, USA
20 April: Theater at RVCC, New Jersey, USA
22 April: Strathmore, Maryland, USA
28 April: College of Saint Benedict, Minnesota, USA