The New Victory Theater presents this work from the Barely Methodical Troupe that celebrates male friendship through acrobatics.

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In 'Bromance' a trio of young Brits flip, throw, and catch each other, turning handshakes into handstands, and race through fast-paced, high-risk stunts featuring parkour, hand-to-hand balancing tricks, and Cyr wheel skills. Recommended for ages 7 and up.

 
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The Guardian (UK)

for a previous production "A very neat blend of physical heroics combined with something more vulnerable...There are passages here when content and form are indeed in perfect harmony. Sometimes it feels a little over-padded, but there are some good moments...It would be nice to see this being developed further...These lads are slightly selling themselves short, because the show is at its best when it is not revealing flesh but trying to employ circus to reveal what it feels like to be a male today." Full Review

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Time Out London

for a previous production "Does three make a crowd? The company riff on that possibility in this high-fun, low-key piece, which mixes goofy clowning and pared-back-but-astonishing circus skills...They work hand-to-hand, body to body twisting and turning with grace, agility and much humour...But it’s the whole package that makes ‘Bromance’ one of the most charming circus shows. They are the stupid but sweet guys you knew at school...except here they are genuinely entertaining." Full Review

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Steve Stratford Reviews Blogspot

for a previous production "A fascinating study on the different types of male relationships, and what restricts and enhances them, told through the medium of physical theatre such as circus, parkour and mime...Experimental circus theatre at its most intelligent. The quieter, more introspective moments are well observed and give the overall show more of a comedic twist than might be expected, but this makes the circus elements all the more impressive." Full Review

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