Slackrope and tightrope walker circus cabaret and street show entertainer.
Two ropes on different planes; vertically, the Corde lisse and horizontally, the slack rope. With a feast of aerial antics Lindsay suspends, in true circus style, our disbelief.
Rope Them In
An extraordinary street show, using audience participation, has inspired many. It is also suitable for cabaret venues. The volunteers become a vital link in Lindsay's slack rope tricks. Tensions mounts culminating in a dramatic and rousing finale above the crowds.
A show for large spaces and arenas and widely acclaimed in European Street Theatre. A giant structure shaped like a Viking ship is the slack rope rig. It rolls through the streets pulled by a stilted creature. Using fire performance and optional pyrotechnics the shows often starts a parade. On arrival at the performance site the "Stilt Elf" plays a saxophone, then loses the stilts and metamorphosises in acrobatic form concluding the show on a slack rope boat.
Fiddler on the Rope
The title says it all! This is Lindsay's trademark and sometimes appears in the aforementioned pieces. It is also a popular side show in itself. Balancing and dancing on the wobbly rope, violin in hand.