New show by the Company Acrobatic Conundrum, a modern, poetic, intense circus show.


We discovered them last year at the Mission Dance Theater with The Language of Chance. And enjoyed the show, its aerial poetry, its modernity, its subtle humour.


If Circus is supposed to make you dream, The Language of Chance is a total success. It is poetic, funny, sensitive, moving, conceptual, creative, with sophisticated and yet very simple set and costumes, and a meticulous, detailed and inventive staging and directing (...) Read full article.




The Seattle-based troupe is back with its new show Love and Gravity at the Great Star Theatre April 1-3, 2016.


The company's sixth production, Love & Gravity is a collection of entertaining and inspiring stories about unconventional love and the complexity of human relationships. 


In this evening-length, original show, Acrobatic Conundrum artists use the thrilling language of acrobatics to tell poignantly honest accounts from the uncharted territory of relationships. Real life romances are beautifully portrayed through mesmerizing juggling acts, breathtaking aerial and partner acrobatics -- all while balancing on a bar 20 feet in the air! This groundbreaking show seeks to upend everything audiences know about the two laws of attraction -- Love and Gravity.




Presented by Acrobatic Conundrum

@ the Great Star Theatre

636 Jackson Street (between Grant & Kearny)

Friday, April 1, 2016 at 8pm

Saturday, April 2, 2016 at 8pm

Sunday, April 3, 2016 at 3pm

To buy your tickets, click here.