You know it must be spring when local aerialists start staging outdoor spectacles. "Daedalus Rising" is the latest brainchild of Seattle...
You know it must be spring when local aerialists start staging outdoor spectacles. “Daedalus Rising” is the latest brainchild of Seattle performance troupe The Cabiri, who are celebrating their 10th anniversary this year. They’ll be debuting their new 19-foot-high, 30-foot-wide “free-standing aerial dance structure,” named for the mythological Greek inventor of waxen wings and labyrinths. The two-hour show also features stilt walkers, fire performers and theater work, with numerous guest artists. Presented by The Anunnaki Project, 7-9 p.m., south end of Cal Anderson Park, near E. Pine St. and 11th Ave., Seattle; free (www.cabiri.org).
Seattle Times arts writer
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