Big metal objects as likely to flip a body 16' in the air on a steel pyramid as to produce exotic melodies that would soothe the wildest child or the staunchest art critic. Some spin, some rock, some fly, some are worn as costumes. Some are bowed, some are hit; some honk, some sing. These devices, are based on archetypal forms like the spiral, the wave, the circle, and the flower. They function as musical instruments, stage sets, and dance playground. more videos
Large-scale musical devices are brought to life and the result is outrageously entertaining performances based on the instruments of Ela Lamblin, the choreography of Leah Mann, and the compositions of Jason Staczek. Directed by AJ Epstein.
Lelavision has toured 7 countries, performing at theaters, festivals, hospitals and other venues. Highlights include performances with Cirque Du Soleil in Montreal and Toronto; at the Gel Festival in NY; at the KinderKinder Festival in Hamburg, Germany; at the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences conference in Washington, DC; and at the International Children's Festivals in Tokyo, Singapore, Haifa, Vancouver, Calgary, Seattle, St. Paul, and Philadelphia.
Contact Leah Mann or Ela Lamblin for booking inquiries. Phone: (two zero six) 329-3724
Ela making a carrot flute and apple ocarina live on Italian TV.
Leah performing on the Warm Pond
at Act Theater for the Moisture Festival.