"Push Me, Pull You!" is a contemporary circus show which focuses on the relationship between a performer and a technician on stage.
The main circus discipline in the show is slack rope, but "Push Me, Pull You!" is not 'a slack rope show'; it is a duet between a performer and a technician, a chance for the audience to see interactions that are normally hidden, and to see the trust and the dependence which exists between people onstage and their (ordinarily invisible) supporters offstage.
The piece is currently in development. Over a period of five weeks in summer 2012 the company created the current 35 minute work-in-progress version of the show, which has since been performed five times. Later this year the company have the opportunity to spend another six weeks developing the work, at the end of which it will be ready to premiere.