The Flying Karamazov Brothers: World-Famous Comic Juggling Act
* Additional fees apply.
The last date listed for The Flying Karamazov Brothers was Sunday February 12, 2012 / 5:00pm.
Currently at Falls Theatre at ACT
- Full Price:
- $44.00 - $51.00
- Our Price:
- $22.00 - $25.50
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Parking in the Convention Center lot is really convenient. But if you don't mind walking a few blocks, Pacific Place Parking is cheap at only $6 max. for the night if you enter after 5 pm. They also have several convenient spots for Level 2 electrical vehicle charging for a rate of just $2 for up to twelve hours of use.Little Shop of Horrors info • Mar 10 2014 star this tip starred
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The Brothers aspire to equal opportunity offense, but pull it off in such a way that they provoke only laughter. I certainly felt like I had my laugh quota well-met! I love Japanese Taiko drumming, but nonetheless found their send up absolutely...continued
The Flying Karamazov Brothers are soaring back into Emerald City! Fresh from a year Off-Broadway, a summer in London’s West End, a month in Madrid and a weekend in Peoria, their critically incriminating show is ripe and ready for Rain City. The Brothers will wash away your winter blues with red fire and yellow yolk. These pranksters dance, prance, pun, dunce, sing, aspire, perspire and mesmerize their way through an evening of reinvention.
“A triumph!” yells the New York Times.
“The Marx Brothers meets the Juilliard String Quartet” adds the Boston Globe.
Your world will be new-made through this mad collision of skill and chaos, gutter lies and lofty beauty. Come join the crowd as these Seattle favorites juggle everything except your spouse – bring an object* for The Challenge (a juggling feat), and bring grandma and the kids, who will all savor this saucy dish of laughter and levity that is “fresh, impressive and genuinely funny, as close to a sure thing as can be found on stage” – The New York Times. _
*Heavier than an ounce, less than 10 pounds and no bigger than a breadbox. The Champ will not juggle a live animal or anything that may prevent The Champ from continuing to be a live animal.
The show runs 1 hour and 40 minutes, including an intermission.
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