We've all seen jugglers- it's a very impressive, skillful art that takes time to master. But you haven't seen real juggling until you've witnessed the talents of the crew in "Playing By Air". It's a self-described "symphony of action and comedy, with juggling, physical comedy, and fun for the whole family." You certainly don't want to miss this highlight of the NYC Fringe Festival.
An hour can feel like forever, especially with small children. Take a load off and let that hour soar by while watching some amazing juggling at the Fringe. "This production is a perfect fit for the New York City theatre community. It brings the magic of live theater and music performance together with world-class circus skill to create a truly memorable experience for young and old alike," said Jacob Weiss, director of Playing By Air.
This show centers around a struggling violinist as he seeks inspiration in the most unlikely of places. He enters a world filled with flying objects, bumbling musicians, and a motif that is just out of reach. Can he learn to play by air?
Playing by Air NYC Finge Festival
Monday, August 23 @ 9:30 pm
Wednesday, August 25 @ 2:15pm
Saturday, August 28 @ 7pm
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Tickets $15 online or in person at FringeCentral (1 E. 8th St @ 5th Ave) or $18 at the door.
Dixon Place: 161A Chrystie Street (Rivington and Delancey Streets)
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