“downside up”


St Ursanne 1Captivating acrobatics high up in the air, and moments when time stands still and Lea on her hands. Lea doesn`t confine herself to the pole, but also includes the suspension ropes deftly and in unexpected ways. There she is, way up teasing with gravity, while she is climbing and swinging among the ropes! Swiftly she moves around and transforms the traditional Chinese discipline into her own charming style.
Be in for a surprise!


Production:    Sarah Behrle and Lea Mäuer
Public:       for adults and children
Length:       7 minutes
Locality:      variétés, galas, festivals…
Playing area:   width: 5m – 8m; depth: 5m – 8m; height: minimum 5m


attached please find technical instructions here