Gods of the Night
|On February 21-23, 2013 the Cabiri performance troupe will present its 2008 repertory work "Gods of the Night," a full-length production featuring theatrical, aerial dance depictions of ancient tales from Babylonian celestial lore.
From the powerful, majestic Marduk (Jupiter), to the terrifying god of pestilence and destruction Nergal (Mars), to the delicate beauty of Ishtar (Venus), audiences will be enchanted by this collection of ancient celestial tales brought to life via spectacular aerial artistry, contemporary dance and storytelling. "Gods of the Night" will also feature guest artist Derek Broussard on cyr wheel as Sagus (Saturn) and Tanya Burka (silks aerialist in Cirque du Soliel’s "Quidam") on an invented aerial apparatus.
The Cabiri performance troupe, a Seattle-based aerial dance theater company, has been presenting its magical, mythological productions since 1999. "Gods of the Night" was originally presented in 2008, and is being fully reworked, rechoreographed and represented for our 2013 audiences.
Tickets are available in the following increments:
If you have a group of twelve or more, please contact us about group discounted tickets. Email: info [at] cabiri dot org.