Cuisine & Confessions, the newest creation by Montreal-based circus company The 7 Fingers, the company behind Traces and Broadway’s Pippin, combines culinary arts with circus high jinks. The company’s awe-inspiring acrobats combine kitchen appliances, food, and recipes with elaborate choreography, jaw-dropping acrobatics and pulsating music to heighten audiences’ most visceral senses.

Co-presented with NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.

All ages


The 7 Fingers (7 doigts de la main), a Montreal-based collective, is at once unified and multi-faceted. In 2002, 7 circus artists came together and became The 7 Fingers. Over the course of 15 years, the collective has grown. Every year, projects have given way to new projects, as diverse as the very artists themselves: original productions, Broadway shows, artistic collaborations, project direction, custom designed events, performances for Olympic ceremonies, televised creations, immersive performance experiences and much more. Every one of these projects carries The 7 Fingers’ unmistakable mark. Ambassadors of diversity, the artists have consistently spread their horizons, mixing genres to better tell their stories. Fascinated by the human condition, The 7 Fingers create performances that speak about our world and our time. Their works reach audiences across nations, with over 500 shows a year.


LOCATION: NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
DATES: Apr 11-16, 2017
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NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts 566 LaGuardia Place New York, NY 10012

Cuisine & Confessions by The 7 fingers

When
Apr 11-16, 2017
Where
NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
566 LaGuardia Place
New York, NY 10012
© Alexandre Galliez

Cuisine & Confessions, the newest creation by Montreal-based circus company The 7 Fingers, the company behind Traces and Broadway’s Pippin, combines culinary arts with circus high jinks. The company’s awe-inspiring acrobats combine kitchen appliances, food, and recipes with elaborate choreography, jaw-dropping acrobatics and pulsating music to heighten audiences’ most visceral senses.

Co-presented with NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.

All ages


The 7 Fingers (7 doigts de la main), a Montreal-based collective, is at once unified and multi-faceted. In 2002, 7 circus artists came together and became The 7 Fingers. Over the course of 15 years, the collective has grown. Every year, projects have given way to new projects, as diverse as the very artists themselves: original productions, Broadway shows, artistic collaborations, project direction, custom designed events, performances for Olympic ceremonies, televised creations, immersive performance experiences and much more. Every one of these projects carries The 7 Fingers’ unmistakable mark. Ambassadors of diversity, the artists have consistently spread their horizons, mixing genres to better tell their stories. Fascinated by the human condition, The 7 Fingers create performances that speak about our world and our time. Their works reach audiences across nations, with over 500 shows a year.


LOCATION: NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
DATES: Apr 11-16, 2017
Click here for more information
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