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Cirque Éloize aerialist, 11 fellow artists take audience on ‘a fictional journey’

“Vertical” is part of Lauren Herley’s vernacular. The rope climber and acrobat is one of 12 performers in Cirque Éloize’s “Cirkopolis,” which begins a 21⁄2-week-long engagement at Proctors on Wednesday.
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“Vertical” is part of Lauren Herley’s vernacular. The rope climber and acrobat is one of 12 performers in Cirque Éloize’s “Cirkopolis,” which begins a 21⁄2-week-long engagement at Proctors on Wednesday.
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Give Lauren Herley enough rope, and she’ll give you aerial acrobatics. The 24-year-old member of Cirque Éloize — pronounced “el-waz” — will perform body twists, climbs and drops above the Proctors stage when the Montreal-based troupe brings its “Cirkopolis” production to town next week for its North American premiere. Billed as a combination of circus, dance and theater, the show begins a 21⁄2-week summer run at the Schenectady theater on Wednesday.The engagement marks the beginning ...

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