The Teeterboard flings artists into the air, where they execute quintuple twisting
somersaults – and that's just the prelude for acrobats doing the same thing over 30 feet
above the stage with double and single metal stilts strapped to their legs.
Last but not least, the show comes to its final number with the Korean Plank. Once again the house troupe takes to the stage to bounce off of something, this time a teeterboard. With it they fly skyward, twisting and flipping in triple, quadruple, and quintuple somersaults! And like all the other acts in Koozå, the troupe kicked it up a notch by strapping stilts to their legs and letting loo-oo-ooo-ooose! Totally high energy and totally crowd pleasing.
Our time in the Trickster's land came to a close shortly thereafter, once again leaving us with the Innocent and his attempts to catch his Kite on a spit of wind. Only this time it catches and climbs high, high, high in the sky filling the Innocent with pure child-like wonder.