Bossy Flyer - Long Beach, CA
V.21 - MTYP - Mainstage 
Bossy Flyer's 2019 sell-out hit is back! Inspired by Sartre's masterpiece No Exit, THREE is a wordless acrobatic thriller packed with adrenaline and a pulsating soundtrack.
Stuck together awaiting eternal damnation, three condemned souls discover that hell is... other people.
5 STARS "A gripping story told through dazzling acrobatic feats" - CBC
5 STARS "A stunning show... [THREE] is pretty close to heaven." - Winnipeg Free Press
5 STARS "Gravity-defying... A complete triumph." - Edmonton Journal

Taylor Casas, Ezra LeBank & Cynthia Price

Show Info:
60 Minutes

Physical Theatre


No warnings

Wed July 13 8:00 PM
Thu July 14 8:45 PM
Fri July 15 6:15 PM
Sat July 16 9:45 PM
Sun July 17 6:00 PM
Tue July 19 7:00 PM
Wed July 20 8:45 PM
Thu July 21 9:00 PM
Fri July 22 6:15 PM
Sat July 23 9:30 PM
Sun July 24 4:45 PM


Bossy Flyer—MTYP – Mainstage

Cast member Taylor Casas gave an intro prior to the opening where he called the show “circus.” While there are definitely circus elements to it, it’s more acrobatic than circus.

When I was younger, I was a gym-rat. I hit the gym everyday (every day of the year except Christmas Day, and only because the gym was closed), four hours each day. I benched over 300 pounds and one of party gags was to have people sit on my shoulders while I did push-ups.

Now watching HER do it with both the other actors on her back makes me appreciate just how much training and effort these dancers put into physical training and conditioning, not even counting the time they dedicated to the actual choreography and movement of the routine.

The routine itself is gorgeous from start to finish. They go through the movements with ease and elegance, deftly and dextrously. It’s beauty in its purest form and one of my favourites of this Fringe.

Ray Yuen

Bossy Flyer

THREE—MTYP – Mainstage

Over at Bossy Flyer we thought, let’s make acrobatics harder. So we trapped three acrobats in a box and told them to torture each other like they’re in hell… while doing acrobatics, naturally. And tell a badass story without talking while we’re at it. What happened is THREE. When we premiered the show in 2019 it sold out and critics said flattering things about us. We still blush. We promised to bring it back in 2020, but ummmm, things happened. So let’s rock’n’roll Winnipeg! Did I mention the slick soundtrack?