SURFACE TENSION (Tangle Movement Arts): 2016 Fringe review 46

Photos by Amy Laudenslager.

Tangle Movement Arts is back again with a thrilling Fringe Festival performance. SURFACE TENSION is fun, pop, cute, and real, narrating common topics of the twenty- and thirty-something generation (Tinder, a new relationship, the first job after a graduation) through dialogs, dances, and aerial acrobatics.

Each performer in the all-female troupe is outstandingly expressive in her role; the acrobatics on aerial silks and trapezes are thrilling and dreamy. The audiences giggle, sigh and gasp as the girls fantasize a new love, struggle to find themselves and move forward strongly.  

[Christ Church Neighborhood House, 20 North American Street] September 14-17, 2016; fringearts.com/surface-tension; http://tangle-arts.com/works/surface-tension.

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Eri Yoneda

Eri Yoneda writes about dance and classical music for Phindie.