We see five men on stage. They are normal, they are on stage. Each one different and all the same. They look after each other, they push each other and celebrate together. They are throwing knives at their own shadows, looking at themselves, moving the spotlights to illuminate different spaces, showing their intimacy, and undressing to listen. Men who constantly question themselves, but revel in their own identity... they are, after all, five men.
Suspension is a show called to transmit. It is a contemporary circus proposal in which we would like the audience to be able to see and be moved. It is our ball thrown into the air that reaches the instant of suspension; the moment in which everything can happen, the moment in which we can give in to gravity, or make different decisions, the moment in which a ball is left floating and with that all of us on stage hold our breath. The moment of Suspension.