Expanding the possibilities
of performance

Suspended in the air, wrapped in the ropes above a trapeze bar that hangs from the ceiling, Erin, a white femme with no lower legs, splits her legs and smiles, just above the bar. Vanessa, a white woman, is upside down above Erin, hanging by one leg. The two wear outfits that match their skin and Erin’s has some red in it. Photo credit: Grim Photography

LEGacy Circus

Dance / Interdisciplinary / Live Art


in association with Stratford Festival Lab


Details of schedule will be released on a rolling basis throughout the summer


Ticket Price
Free

Suspended in the air, wrapped in the ropes above a trapeze bar that hangs from the ceiling, Erin, a white femme with no lower legs, splits her legs and smiles, just above the bar. Vanessa, a white woman, is upside down above Erin, hanging by one leg. The two wear outfits that match their skin and Erin’s has some red in it. Photo credit: Grim Photography

Vanessa Furlong and Erin Ball live in different provinces and have not been in the same space together since the end of 2019. They are used to creating in the same space, touching each other, moving together on the same aerial apparatus. Join them during their Lab Residency week as they explore their curiosities around technology and distance, to discover: can they find a way to create together while being apart?

Created by Erin Ball & Vanessa Furlong


Part of the SummerWorks Lab programming – a place for exploration, experimentation, and process. In the Lab, you can experience new works in development from artists exploring new possibilities in performance.


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