Circus invites guests to find their threshold

September 20, 2012 by  

‘Threshold’, being presented by the Boston Circus Guild this weekend, provides acrobatics and art to create memorable performances and evoke powerful memories.

The performance seeks to take viewers back to experiencing one-in-a-lifetime feelings, such as the first very special kiss that lit up their universe. The idea is for those in attendance to be able to look forward to reliving that moment, when nothing had really changed, but absolutely everything and everyone would never be the same.

Guests are bound to find themselves captured and suspended in a moment – an endless split second in time – as the acrobatic aerialists vault and hover over them in wide open empty space using impeccable balance. They will also be able to enjoy contortionists with twisting limbs that move effortlessly, entangling their body to rhythmic music with graceful movements, as part of a circus performance is like no other show on earth.

The organizers are hopeful that the audience will be awe-struck by what it sees, and they have probably made use of poster printing and flyer printing to promote Threshold to the community and the surrounding regions. There are two performance times, one at 1:00 pm and the other at 8:00 pm, with both taking place this Saturday, September 22, at the Elm Street Middle School located at 117 Elm Street in Nashua, New Hampshire. Tickets range between $22 and $25 depending on seating selection. To learn more about Threshold or the performers, please visit the Boston Circus Guild website or call the box office at 603-594-4322.