Machine de Cirque: Ghost Light: Between Fall and Flight


Machine de Cirque

Tuesday, Oct. 8, 7 p.m.
Weis Center Concert Hall

Award-winning Guinness World Record-holder Maxim Laurin performs a spectacular duet with Guillaume Larouche on a spinning teeterboard that brings audiences into the elusive world between fall and flight.

Ghost Light: Between Fall and Flight takes a deep look into the synergy of two highly skilled performers, while the teeterboard propels them toward each other in the euphoria of flight, accompanied by the levity of weightlessness and the fatality of the inevitable fall. A reflection of the journey of a partnership, Ghost Light features a blend of breathtaking acrobatic feats, poignant choreography and a saturated lighting design. One-hour in length, Ghost Light premiered in fall 2020 in France. It had its North American premiere at Tohu in Montreal in November 2021.

Boasting performers from Cirque du Soleil, Cirque Éloize and Les 7 Doigts, Machine de Cirque was created by juggler/acrobats Raphaël Dubé and Yohann Trépanier, along with percussionist Fred Lebrasseur, under the artistic direction of Vincent Dubé.

Ticket Information

Adults: $30
Seniors 62+ and subscribers: $24
Youth 18 and under: $20
Bucknell employees and retirees (limit two tickets): $20
Bucknell students (limit one ticket, ID required): Free
Non-Bucknell students: $20

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