"Bodies," An Exploration of Relating to Ourselves Through the Circus Arts

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“Bodies,” An Exploration of Relating to Ourselves Through the Circus Arts

Another show taking the stage at this year’s Philadelphia Fringe Festival, “Bodies” uses contemporary circus to let its cast relate the process of self-understanding through acts of movement.
Have you ever had a deep, difficult, or funny relationship with your own body? Have you ever been able to put into words how it felt? “Bodies” is a cabaret-style circus piece that explores the relationships people have with their bodies, with emphasis on reducing stigma by showing authentic, relatable, and tangible first-person narratives that combine spoken word and circus movement. Enjoy spoken word combined with contemporary circus performances that will explore our bodies. Learn more about contemporary circus and the future of this limitless art form, as well as stigmas around certain bodies both within and often excluded from it. “Bodies” will be performed for one night only at the Circus Campus so don’t miss out! There will be two performances this evening. Don’t forget to vote for your Philadelphia Fringe favorite! I...
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