GO WILD AT THE BCA WITH AN EVENING OF SPECTACLE AND DELIGHT

Posted by: on May 26, 2011

At the center of this unforgettable evening at the Boston Center for the Arts is the world premiere performance of Suspended Cirque’s UnTamed: The Wild Underground.

In its Boston debut, Suspended Cirque will intertwine music, dance and aerial acrobatics to unleash the UnTamed nature in all of us. UnTamed: The Wild Underground will breathe excitement into every curve of the Cyclorama – energy abounding in the air, on the floor and across the walls. This immersive performance will delight the audience in an unparalleled, unprecedented and UnTamed spectacle of music, movement and maneuvers.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

$175 | VIP Admission
Reserved seating, pre-show supper and post-show dessert reception | Doors open at 6:30pm

$50 | General Admission
General seating and post-show dessert reception | Doors open at 8pm

Proceeds from the evening will benefit visual, performing and community programs at the BCA.

http://www.bcaonline.org/community/events/untamed.html

As part of the evening, the BCA will honor Klare Shaw for her amazing impact on Boston’s arts, culture and education landscape.

Prior to the curtain rising, guests will explore the environment and will be treated to impromptu performances throughout the space. After the show, all 500 guests are invited to linger in our UnTamed world for more spontaneous performances, up-close interaction with the artists, and time to mingle with Boston’s cultural community while sampling the BCA’s Signature Cocktail, the Cherry Plain. Created just for this event, the Cherry Plain was crafted by Eastern Standard using Berkshire Mountain Distillers Ragged Mountain Rum.

Suspended Cirque UNTAMED image courtesy of Carl Hutzler Photography

Comments

  1. Nadia Makara says:

    I would like more information on your performances of Subterranea in NYC, please. Thank you.

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