A wildly dizzying whirl of juggling giggling magic and movement, puppetry pjs circus and socks … totally tangled together! A unicyclist careens on stage, suitcase in tow, unpacking a quirky world of clothes-pin towers, erratic toothbrushes and gargantuan grins. Objects swirl into chaotic creation in this solo circus show!
- 5:30 pm
- 8:00 pm
- 4:30 pm
- 5:30 pm
- 9:00 pm
- 6:00 pm
Location: Good Foundation Theatre
2 thoughts on “SpinS”
SpinS is probably the most awkwardly impressive thing you’ll see all year.
With a variety of wild props, the show manages to retain your attention for a full hour without ever breaking a sweat. Unicycling, juggling, and a little bit of magic all make hefty appearances throughout this show, spaced in between with fantastically painful puns. SpinS loves to incorporate the audience into the show, which makes the experience seem less like you’re watching a performance and more like you’re helping to put it on. Its simplicity makes the show something wonderful for children and the adults who never wanted to grow up.
SpinS is a weird show. Like a modern Vaudeville act done by a single man in his pyjamas. And that weirdness is so much of the charm that the show holds dearly. A must-see for anyone who wants to let loose and smile like a child again.
SpinS is a sweet show by a man with a very gentle personality, perfect for bringing children to see. I saw Sunday’s show and he did his best to interact with all the children in the audience – even the one(s) at the back!
He does short but impressive bouts on his unicycle, juggles all kinds and numbers of things, and shares a few stories. Nothing scary or naughty – just honest to goodness niceness!
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