Colorsphere is a captivating contemporary circus performance that’s perfect for both children and their adults. This show blends juggling, acrobatics, physical theater, and an unexpected use of technology to create an unforgettable experience.
Enter the strange and exciting world of Colorsphere, where a group of four explorers interact with playful yet stubborn creatures who keep producing new balls into their habitat. But the world of Colorsphere is shaken when a new, colorful ball appears, disrupting the balance of life and starting an uncontrollable chain of transformation.
This circus adventure is a story about exploration, change, and adapting to new environments. Join the explorers on their expedition into a new reality where they must learn to adjust to unexpected circumstances. Colorsphere takes both young and old spectators on an exciting journey towards completely new dimensions, promising a magical and memorable experience for everyone.
About the company:
Hands Some Feet is a contemporary circus company based in Tampere, Finland. The company was founded by Liisa and Jeromy Nuuk, both graduates of ÉSAC, the renowned circus university in Belgium. With a focus on creating exceptional contemporary circus experiences for both indoor and outdoor venues, Hands Some Feet strives to make their performances accessible to all audiences, resonating with a wide range of people. Their debut show, “Hands Some Feet,” premiered in Finland in 2018 and has since been seen by over 45,000 spectators worldwide. This success has propelled them to embark on new artistic endeavors. Currently, the company is diligently preparing three exciting new works: “Käpälin,” “Colorsphere,” and “Bubble Feeling.” With their creative vision and dedication, Hands Some Feet continues to push the boundaries of contemporary circus, delighting audiences around the globe.
Colorsphere is created in collaboration with Kerttu and Adam Opus of Opus Company. The show has been in development since 2021 and is the first collaboration between the two companies. Founded in 2021, Opus Company focuses on conceptual works with a high dramaturgical drive. In Colorsphere, the companies wish to bring accessible yet high quality children’s culture to versatile audiences.