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Pendulum Aerial Arts

AARON SPENCER
7:30 pm Friday-Saturday, Aug. 22-23; 2 pm Sunday Aug. 24, Saturday August 23 | $38.50-$65.25
Newmark Theatre
1111 SW Broadway
 
The Pendulum Aerial Arts troupe tells a colorful story about art and the cycle of life. A painter's creations come to life and swing high above her, but one of these beings spins out of control. The troupe first performed the show, High Art/Full Circle, in 2010 and has since expanded it with fuller characters and new music. The acts, all fusions of dance, aerial stunts, contortion and hula-hooping, are inspired by paintings like Gustav Klimt's The Kiss and Pablo Picasso's Girl Before A Mirror. New York-based Sasha Lazard accompanies with live vocals, and Dave Eggar and Chuck Palmer, of the Grammy-nominated Deoro, play cello and drums.

Where: Newmark Theatre
Phone: 248-4335
Address: 1111 SW Broadway
Website: http://www.portland5.com/newmark-theatre/events/high-artfull-circle

 
 

Newmark Theatre

1111 SW Broadway
Portland, OR
 
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