BY BREAKING CIRCUS
Contemporary circus and theatre combine for an epic tale of rebirth and reinvention set across Death’s ocean.
View the world from a variety of perspectives within RENAISSANCE, stowed away aboard a passage through Death’s ocean. Veiled and vicarious, witness the many forms that a life and a legacy can take, and recognize yourself in the inevitable moments of struggle. Sometimes our grandest gesture is forgotten but our smallest kindness can live on long after we’re gone. Our legacy can be nestled within the miscalculation that leads to new expression. Surrender the parts of our realities that no longer serve us, and be reborn. Our mortality is an eternal gift when we choose to embrace our RENAISSANCE.
95 minutes, including a 20-minute intermission
Pay-What-You-Can-Afford ($25 / $35 / $45)
General Admission Banquet Seating
Friday, October 27th @ 7:30pm
Saturday, October 28th @ 7:30pm
Sunday, October 29th @ 2:00pm
Saturday, October 28th @ 11:00am
(Photo by Stoo Metz)
We believe that theatre is for everyone, and try to offer affordable options to make sure there are no financial barriers in the way of anyone coming out to see a show.
If you are able to afford the full price, we encourage you to do so.
If price is still a barrier, please reach out to Kat@EasternFrontTheatre.com
Volunteers see the show for free!
Nova Scotia / Mi'kma'ki
Breaking Circus Collective (BCC) is a collection of contemporary circus artists working out of Kjipuktuk (Halifax, NS). Breaking Circus sets and breaks their own rules in order to create, explore and engage with the full spectrum of our human experience. The company reaches into the unknown and finds new ways to weave stories through cross-discipline experiments and integration of technology.
The current collective includes six members plus a small roster of talented new recruits/ interns. BCC is Black-led with at least half of its members being IBPOC-identified since its inception in 2016. The BCC is deeply committed to inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility and was formed out of the desire to create a supportive ecosystem for IBPOC artists and artists from other underrepresented groups.
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Accessible Ticket Pricing
This performance has pay-what-you-can-afford pricing. If cost is still a barrier, please email Kat@EasternFrontTheatre.com.
Masks are available on site and encouraged/appreciated but not required. Seating is by general admission and social distancing may not be possible.
The Halifax Transit Dartmouth Ferry arrives directly at Alderney Landing, and Alderney Gate is serviced by Halifax Transit buses #5, 6+, 53, 54, 55, 62, 158, 159, 161, 165.
The Theatre is on the second level of Alderney Landing, accessible by passenger elevator and stairs. Parking is available onsite, with curbside dropoff and automatic doors at the main entrance to the building. Alderney Landing is connected to Alderney Gate by pedway, accessible by elevator, escalator and stairs.
Armless seats are 16 inches deep and 15.5 inches wide. Seating is on the same level as the entrance. Seating is by general admission. Any seat can be removed to make space for mobility devices and alternate seating. For assistance, or to request priority seating before the house is opened, please check in with EFT Staff or Volunteers.
There are two all gender bathrooms in the rotunda lobby, one with toilet stalls only, and one with toilet stalls and urinals. Both bathrooms are equipped with various hygiene products.
We aim to provide a scent-free environment, and make every effort to use products that are scent-free where possible (including alcohol-based hand sanitizer). We encourage all patrons to be mindful of the effects of strong scents, and ask that patrons avoid wearing or using scented personal products while onsite.
If you have any questions about the accessibility measures in place, please email Accessibility Coordinator, Sara Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org.