This year, flutist Hilary Abigana, trombonist C. Neil Parsons and percussionist Greg Jukes have upped the ante with a ceiling-scraping aerial apparatus, which gives rise to some world’s-first silk routines that would leave Cirque’s stars shook.
For their most athletically ambitious effort ever, Fourth Wall thankfully finally dropped their audience-driven randomization in favor of a carefully-curated setlist, which includes a revival of the first piece they ever created along with many brand-new bits. And after over a decade together on the festival circuit, this trio’s steps are more in sync than ever.
Whether they’re interpreting Bach on boomwacker tubes, covering Radiohead while swinging in mid-air, or swingin’ a jazzy Duke Ellington standard with awkward audience assistance, Fourth Wall is fascinating to watch whatever the musical genre is.
For an added bonus, you’ll also leave with a little education about legendary composers like Ravel and Gershwin as well. Don’t let this crazy creative Carnival of the Animals leave town without catching it.
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