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Suspended disbelief

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Get this — it’s an aerial show that goes underground!

In “Subterranea” at the Connelly Theater, Suspended Cirque, an eye-popping aerial troupe, presents an urban tale that finds our hero going down Manhattan’s rabbit hole into a concrete and steel labyrinth where he meets new creatures.

The whole story’s told in the air — a kind of “Fuerza Bruta” meets “Avatar.”

There’s original music, fights, romance, comedy, and, of course, acrobats.

It’s sure to be a great spectacle for the whole family.

“Subterranea” at the Connelly Theater [220 E. Fourth St. between Avenues A and B in Manhattan, (212) 465-3446], April 28-30 at 8 pm, May 4-7 at 8 pm, May 1 and May 8 at 6 pm, and April 30 and May 7 at 2 pm. Tickets $20-$30, discounts available for students, children and seniors by contacting us@suspendedcirque.com. For info, visit www.suspendedcirque.com.

Posted 12:00 am, April 21, 2011
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