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When hearing about Reversible, “a circus performance”, I expected a show. And by show in this context I mean people “showing off” strength, flexibility, whatever talent they may have. I expected stretched smiles across their faces with dry eyes and front facing bows like I used to see in the circus as a child. I expected loud music with rumbles and percussion climaxes, and a rumbling audience. It was nothing like that. For me, watching…

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“We Began with a spark, an idea, a desire to express And Explore a concept that fascinates us, something that We Fulfill our search for a better humanity, For  a better Understanding of who we are”    – Gypsy Snider I am a musician – a bagpiper to be specific – so when show began with the slamming of doors perfectly synchronized with the beat of the music, I knew I was in for a treat….

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“The collective virtuosity of this troupe is something to see — and, crucially, to feel.” “However stylized their poses and unattainable their skills (for us mortals, anyway), The 7 Fingers always make you feel like a welcome guest at their party. Theirs is a gratifyingly inclusive and democratic artistry.” “It absolutely pierces the heart.” Read the entire review here! NOW – SEP 24 at The Emerson Paramount Theatre Get Tickets Today! 

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Thank you for joining us for Reversible! We are so happy to have 7 Fingers back in the Majestic and are excited to hear about your experience. As you may have read, director Gypsy Snider asked the company “who are you?” and sent them to their grandparents to find the answers. A collaboration between Gypsy, the performers, and the designers interpreted these interviews and created the performance you saw this evening. What are the sections…

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  Earlier this summer, we produced a video about debunking Millennial myths as a way of understanding the original inspiration for The 7 Finger’s brand new show, Reversible. The community members we interviews had so many interesting things to say, we’ve expanded that video with this additional food for thought.   “I like writing letters, I like the tactility of that communication and the intentionality behind it. It requires a half hour to sit down…

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