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Bagley Wright Theater

Your train is about to depart the station and a cirque spectacular awaits. Through contemporary dance, music, and extraordinary acrobatics, a breathtaking series of vignettes tells the unique stories of reunions and goodbyes from the strangers that surround you onboard. From contemporary physical theater troupe The 7 Fingers comes this jaw-dropping ride you must see to believe.

joyful, wistful... wonderfully freeing

The Seattle Times

An illustration of grace, freedom, moments of wonder and leaps of faith.

The Guardian

Important Dates

Event Type Event Dates
Preview Performances Sept. 22-26
Opening Night Sept. 27
Meet & Greet: Artistic Director Dámaso Rodríguez in the lobby Sept. 29, Oct. 5, and Oct. 6 at 6:30 p.m.
Mask Required Oct. 1 at 5:30 p.m.
Art Walk Reception with Bethany McConnell Oct. 4 at 6:30 p.m.
Student Matinee Oct. 5 at 11 a.m.
English Open Captions Oct. 5 at 7:30 p.m.
Teen Night Oct. 6 at 6:30 p.m.
Post-Show Panel: Professional Acrobats Oct. 7 at 9 p.m.
Post Show Panel: Youth in Seattle Acrobatics and New Circus Arts Oct. 8 at 1:45 p.m.
Post-Show Actor Talk Oct. 12
ASL Interpretation & Audio Description Oct. 14 at 2 p.m.


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Eric Bates

Valérie Benoît-Charbonneau

Eduardo de Azevedo Grillo

Kaisha Dessalines-Wright

Marco Ingaramo

Nella Niva

Mandi Orozco

Santiago Rivera Laugerud

Méliejade Tremblay-Bouchard

Mikaël Bruyère-L’Abbé



Shana Carroll

Director, Writer & Choreographer

The 7 Fingers

Isabelle Chassé

Assistant to the Director

TOHU (Montréal, Canada), ArtsEmerson (Boston, États-Unis)


Moscow Musical Theatre (Moscou, Russie)

Commissioning Partners

Ana Cappelluto


Colin Gagné

Musical Director

Johnny Ranger

Video Designer

Éric Champoux

Lighting Designer

Camille Thibault-Bédard

Costume Designer

Francisco Cruz

Head Coach

Shana Carroll


Conor Wild

Text, Einstein’train

Sereno Aguilar Izzo, Louis Joyal, Maude Parent, Samuel Renaud, Sabine Van Rensburg, Brin Schoellkopf

Original Cast

Sabrina Gilbert

Project Manager

Yagub Allahverdiyev

Production Coordinator

Simon Lachance 

Technical Director

Michel Bisson

Technical Director

Charlotte Legault

Stage Manager

Karine Perron

Stage Manager

Marie-Hélène Grisé

Assistant to the Technical Director

Dominique Hawry

Video Coordinator

Laura-Rose R.Grenier

Video Programmation

Mark Ó Fearghaíl

DOP – Shooting

Harley Francis

DOP - Shooting

Yannick Doucet

Video Animation

Remi Borgeal

Video Animation

Jérôme Guilleaume

Sound Engineer

Stéphane Lecavalier

Light Programmation

Gabriel Fournier-El Ayachi

Electric Chief

Véronique Thibault

Trapeze Coach

Stéphane Beauchet

Creation Rigger

Nicolas Lemieux

Creation Rigger

Dominique Coughlin

Set Design Assistant

Catherine Veri

Costume Assistant

Joanie Audet

Rigging Intern

Colin Gagné

Music, Lyrics, Sound Design & Arrangements

Voice & Instruments


Maude Brochu

Alexandre Désilets

Guido Del Fabbro

Jérôme Dupuis-Cloutier

Jonathan Gagné

Gabriel Godbout-Castonguay

Dominiq Hamel

Sheila Hannigan

Olivier Hébert

Frannie Holder

Anna Kichtchenko

Jean-Sébastien Leblanc

Jeffrey Moseley

Maude Parent

Pablo Pramparo

Mathieu Roberge

Guillaume St-Laurent

William Underwood

Touring Team

Guillaume Biron

Tour Manager

Simon Carrière-Legris

Technical Director

Max Jouanneau


Lorianne Foisy

Light Operator

Michael Amstadt

Sound & Video Operator

In Collaboration

Jean-Sébastien Leblanc (Contortion, Hulahoop, and Trapeze Arrangements), Boogát (Juggling Lyrics), and Jérôme Guilleaume (Juggling Arrangements)

Opening, Tight Wire & Epilogue music is based on a theme composed by Raphael Cruz

About The 7 Fingers

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The 7 Fingers is an arts collective unlike any other. The contemporary company tells stories using death-defying acrobatics with a life-affirming theatricality that is unique to The 7 Fingers. Fascinated by the human condition, The 7 Fingers create performances that celebrate our world, our time, and our humanity.

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