On February 12th, Big Apple Circus returns to Bridgewater, New Jersey for the company’s 38th season with the New Jersey Premiere of The GrandTour! Tickets start at $25, running through March 13, 2016 under the Big Top at TD Bank Ballpark. For tickets or to get more information, visit http://www.bigapplecircus.org.
We are eagerly anticipating our trip to the circus, which brings us to this riff on its history.
(Big Apple Circus, a one-ring spectacle, returns to Lincoln Center with a premiere set in the 1920s, from October 21st to January 10th.For the October 28th and 29th at 11am, there are specially adapted performances for those with vision or hearing impairments to enjoy The Grand Tour at Lincoln Center: Big Apple Circus presents Circus of the Senses: http://wp.me/p5jq0w-z0 On November 17th at 11am, Big Apple Circus invites families with members who are in the autism spectrum to a special performance. )
Circuses have a long and storied history. B.C. Romans put on shows in the round, hence the name, to distract the populus from the corruption around them.
Laughter, shock and awe are the best medicine. The circus is a spectacle, a spectacular sporting event that brings together acrobats, jugglers, and equestrians…
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