Caught between choosing either a ballet outfit or a football uniform, FLIP Fabrique’s new show explores gender identity through breath-taking contemporary circus performance. Asking what it means to be a woman, a man, or anything in between, the world-class circus artists don both their high heels and their shoulder pads to playfully explore gender across the spectrum. Muse brings together spectacular stunts including FLIP Fabrique’s much-loved trampoline wall alongside a live singer in a joyful celebration of being yourself. The Quebecois company return to the Fringe following in the footsteps of previous critically acclaimed shows including Attrape Moi, Blizzard, Transit and virtual performances of Six°.
Artistic Director Bruno Gagnon said, “After ten years of contemporary circus and five times at the Fringe, we can’t wait to innovate with Muse at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe! A festive, colourful and inclusive show, we hope it will have a positive impact on people’s lives.” … Link to full length article at BroadwayWorld.