“Branché” by Cirque Barcode & Acting for Climate
Artpark's Emerald Grove stage
Cirque Barcode returns to Artpark for two performances of Branche: an acrobatic celebration of nature that also reflects the challenges humanity faces with the climate crisis.
Audiences were blown away by their performance during our Power of Niagara event last year!
Branché is a collaboration between Cirque Barcode and Acting for Climate. It is a show to address the climate crisis, created in a way as to have minimal impact during creation and while touring.
Designed to be played in parks or forests and centered on group acrobatics, Branché is a celebration of the strength of community and our relationships to each other and to nature. It is a show to get people outside and inspire them as to what is possible if we work together.
Outside eye: Emilie Emiroglou, Maxim Laurin
Music: Olivier Landry-Gagnon
Acrobatic coaching: Jerome LebeauCostume Design: Geneviève Delage
Performers: Eric Bates, Tristan Nielsen, Nathan Biggs-Penton, Eric Brown, Anna Soltys Morse, Sorrell Nielsen, Shena Tschofen, Heidi Blais
There will be a second performance of this program on Sunday, July 31, at 2PM.
This performance is free to attend and moves throughout the Emerald Grove and the surrounding grounds over grass and some uneven surfaces.
These performances are supported in part by Quebec USA