by Ezra LeBank
Curbside - Long Beach, CA
V.1 - John Hirsch Mainstage 
After acclaimed runs Off-Broadway in New York and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Flight makes its Canadian premiere in Winnipeg! Three acrobats morph into cactuses, waves and far-off islands as we invite audiences to discover The Little Prince like they've never imagined.

"Ingenious" - New York Times
"Astonishing acrobatic theatre" - Broadway Baby
"The show is magic, with a heart as big as the ocean" - Best New York Comedy, TOP PICK

Nominated for BEST SHOW and BEST FAMILY SHOW at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Cynthia Price, Taylor Casas, Christian Sullivan

Show Info:
45 Mins
Tickets: $12

No Warnings
Thu July 20 7:30 PM
Sat July 22 12:00 PM
Sun July 23 5:30 PM
Mon July 24 10:45 PM
Wed July 26 3:30 PM
Thu July 27 8:45 PM
Sat July 29 2:00 PM
Sun July 30 7:30 PM


Curbside—John Hirsch Mainstage

This incredible movement piece was a joy to watch. Based on the classic story ‘The Little Prince’, This new telling was visually stunning to watch. I loved watching these three talented acrobats flow seamlessly from one scene to the next. With no set whatsoever, I was spellbound the entire time. Fans of the story may not love some of the changes that have been made for the purpose of this production. It is alluded to at the very beginning that this is a sort of sequel to the original, but the story is relatively the same. In this telling for example, instead of traveling through space, we travel through the sea. Instead of visiting planets, we visit islands. I found some of the nuances and metaphors were lost but the story seemed to have a more light and whimsical feel to it. This is a great one to take your whole family too and a definite treat to brighten anyone’s day.

Kaitlyn Kriss


Flight—John Hirsch Mainstage

FLIGHT is a 45 min. acrobatic theatre sequel based on the story of The Little Prince. Six years after the original, the Pilot has forgotten the Little Prince’s secret, so he embarks on a quest to find his lost friend & remember the secret. But nothing is as he remembers: planets are islands, the rose is a cactus, and the Little Prince is a tiny girl who proclaims that girls can be princes too.

“Ingenious!” – New York Times

“Astonishing acrobatic theatre!” Broadway Baby