Circus Oz tumbles back into Geelong in May with Precarious, a new show filled with the company’s trademark acrobatics, aerials, live music and slapstick comedy.
Precarious comes to Geelong Performing Arts Centre (GPAC) for four shows from 30 May to 1 June.
The show is a “must-see” for families or anyone wanting to be entertained, according to GPAC chief executive officer Joel McGuiness.
“Circus Oz has been performing and touring for more than 40 years now,” he said.
“Their unique combination of jaw-dropping antics, trademark humour and social commentary, all set to a killer soundtrack of live original music from the Circus Oz live band, guarantees a great night or day out.
“We’re thrilled to bring Circus Oz back to Geelong for another incredible spectacle of acrobatic mayhem in The Playhouse.”
Precarious takes audiences on a journey into an icy alternative reality, where an absurd bureaucracy runs nature.
But one mislaid seed upends the precarious balance, prompting an adventure through scenes reminiscent of the Antarctic.
The physicality of the human body demonstrates how easily the natural balance can be upended, creating chaos on a human and global scale.