Airborne coming to Mandurah Performing Arts Centre

Airborne coming to Mandurah Performing Arts Centre

PULSE Productions has created an exciting new work Airborne that explores the concept of flight and taking healthy risks.

Dynamic, raw, gutsy and courageous, it shows acrobats, skaters, dancers and circus performers meeting and facing off against each other as they consider their fears and insecurities and discover what it means to support and trust one another.

Airborne is inspired by the growing need as individuals and as a community to embrace and celebrate youth.

Circus is an ideal form to explore these themes as artists challenge themselves physically and mentally as they place their bodies and lives in each other’s hands.

The senior cast includes local indigenous dancer Mervyn Bennell, indigenous dancer/acrobat/beat boxer Matty Bennell, Reece Cooper (who is working at the National Institute of Circus Arts), Ossie McLean (who is working as an acrobat and based in Melbourne), specialist hand balancer/juggler Jesse Harrington, juggler Joel Duckham and a unicyclist team based in Melbourne comprising Jesse Harrington, Joel Duckham and Nathan Lucus.

The junior cast includes national level skaters Vai, Cruz and Zen Evans and Pulse Productions unicycle/acrobats Tjay Kreusch and Scott Sheridan.

WHAT: Airborne.

WHERE: Mandurah Performing Arts Centre.

WHEN: Friday, Saturday, May 3, 4.