[Untitled Project] #213

Dance, Physical Theatre and Circus (musical theatre, devised)

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  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years


A past hit at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival! #213 is a silent, sad clown who has learned how to find laughter through the tears. But one day, a passerby's questions take him on a journey to the time before his words went away. This profoundly moving story of learning how to carry on when true love goes missing is told simply and sweetly through music, dance, clowning and just a little bit of theatre magic...

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  • Accessible entry: Up a large, wide staircase.
  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

  • Stairs: 20+
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Victoria Zanotto 111 days ago

This was such a beautiful, unique and emotional piece! Well done to all involved!

Sue Tomlinson 112 days ago

I really didn’t know what to expect but this performance was truly magical. A multi talented group of performers who took us on an emotional journey Totally mesmeric and so charged with emotion I felt truly privileged to have been in the audience and it was such a pleasure to meet the cast afterwards especially when I found out that the performance was based on the experience of the lead member of the cast Totally wonderful x

Ian Castro 120 days ago

This is easily one of the best shows I've seen here. The cast in incredibly talented, the story is so moving, and the music and visuals are breathtaking. I loved every second of it. Don't miss this show.

Brian Moore 121 days ago

This is an absolutely magical piece of theater. The cast is so talented (music, movement, dance, song, and more - all so professional). The ensemble has created a special experience that will touch you, make you laugh, and tug at your heart. Je t'aime!!! * * * * *

Claire Landis 122 days ago

This show is a beautiful character-driven story of love and loss. The performers tell a story that transcends words and is almost too emotional to describe. The kind of piece that you will carry with you for a lifetime.

Carly Jennion 122 days ago

Untitled was a show I was not expecting to love so much. Yet the intimate performance space, the superb original music compositions, charming ensemble numbers, and the heartbreaking silent performance of the main character all culminated into a show I will not soon forget.

Lauren Neville 122 days ago

An inspiring, relatable, emotional, and lovable show. A beautifully done piece on life, love, and loss. I highly recommend this show; you will leave with a smile!

Sydny Hansen 123 days ago

Art. 100%, stunning art. The story is told through memories that transcend language. Will leave you smiling, inspired, and in love with the whole cast.

Jamie Hafner 123 days ago

The minute you walk into the intimate venue for The 213 Collective's sweeping piece, [Untitled] #213, you feel the heart that was put into this loving and tear-jerking piece. The show, which uses miming, dance, music, and acting to tell the story of a silent mime that suffers from lose that is too great for words. By the end, the company will have you tearing up as you share in the feeling of loss and the power that art and love has on our lives, no matter who we are or who we love.

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The Wee Review (5/5 stars) 106 days ago

A sad clown sits on the sidewalk. Surrounded by his belongings – a tiny piano, a golden trumpet, a coat stand, various hats, the obligatory clown suitcase and a red red rose – he selects records, one after the other, and sets them to play on his gramophone. Then the curtain...

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