Flying Fruit Fly Circus returns with ‘Girls with Altitude’

Flying Fruit Fly Circus' 'Girls with Altitude'. Photo by Ian Sutherland.
Flying Fruit Fly Circus' 'Girls with Altitude'. Photo by Ian Sutherland.

An all-female cast of young acrobats combined with visuals of political cartoons by renowned cartoonist and feminist Judy Horacek come to life in the brand new show, Girls with Altitude, from Australia’s Flying Fruit Fly Circus from 16 – 17 September at Arts Centre Melbourne’s Playhouse Theatre.

Flips, tumbles and acrobatic elegance from dizzying heights will wow audiences in this high scale production featuring the world-class circus skills of the all-girl cast who range in age from 10-18 years old.

By challenging the widely held preconceptions of circus being male-dominated, the cast exude skill, strength, courage and humour, proving that Girls with Altitude is a show for our time.

Directed by Anni Davey, this is a spectacular production with aspirational themes tackling all things from the environment to equality. Together, the young acrobats of the Fruit Flies propose new perspectives on the future using their famously exuberant mix of youthful energy and high-level circus skills.

Girl power mode has been activated so families can enjoy seeing ordinary kids doing extraordinary things.

Girls With Altitude has been supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body and by the NSW Government through Create NSW.

Arts Centre Melbourne and Flying Fruit Fly Circus present Girls with Altitude at the Playhouse Theatre from 16 – 17 September. For tickets, click here.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

To Top