Flying High |

Flying High


The Park City Performing Arts Foundation presented three nights of the Frequent Flyers at the Eccles Center, from Dec. 29 to 31. The group, founded in 1988 in Boulder, Colo., is one of the leaders in Aerial Dance. Dancers performed while suspended in the air by wires, or hanging from trapezes or cloth draperies. The two act performance featured a collection of the group’s "portable" dances, drawn from the group’s work over the past three years.

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