Centerstage presents ‘Ten Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith’

The show runs May 24 through June 16 in Federal Way.

You know those choices in life where you feel like everything could change and you can’t tell if it’s for the better or for the worse?

How about your entire family making multiple leaps of faith in different directions?

Multi-award-winning playwright Yussef El Guindi’s humorous and surprising family comedy “Ten Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith” brings just the right amount of chaos and poignancy as it depicts universal themes of belonging, desire, culture and faith. This show will consistently upend your expectations as you gain an insider’s look at a family navigating the ups and downs of life while trying their best to keep it all together.

This production features local actors Ejay Amor as Hamza, Sameer Arshad as Aziz, Esha More as Huwaida, Abhijeet Rane as Kamal, Kimberlee Wolfson as Pauline, Rohish Deshmukh as Tawfiq, Alpa Dave as Mona, Devika Vyas as H.D., Varun Kainth as Murad, and David Breyman as Kevin.

“Ten Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith” is being directed by the incomparable Agastya Kohli. Niclas Olson is the tech director and Burton Yeun is set designer, with lighting by Adem Hayyu, costumes by Morgan Morgans, props by Brittany Lael, set dressing by Kiana Go and sound by Amber Granger. Marianna deFazio is the dialect coach, Rylie Latham is intimacy coordinator, and Chelsea “Mo” Moniz serves as stage manager, with Shannon C. Miller as assistant stage manager.

The show runs May 24 through June 16. Show times are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p.m. Sundays. Recommended for ages 16 and up due to complex themes and brief language.

The Knutzen Family Theatre is located at 3200 SW Dash Point Road, Federal Way. General admission tickets are $38 in advance (online or over the phone) and $41 at the door. Student, military and senior ticket discounts are available. More details available online at or by phone at 253-661-1444.