The circus is coming to town, and this time, for some great causes. On Saturday, June 27, the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs will welcome “Shooley Mooley! It’s a Circus” to demonstrate the highly specialized, and awe-inspiring, art of the circus with two performances in the Hinman Auditorium (2 and 7 p.m.).
Created by Eugene Baranok, a 30-year veteran of the renowned Moscow School of Circus, his band of performers will demonstrate a dazzling array of daring-do—aerial feats that test the limits of the human body, and fast-paced acrobatics that will leave audiences dizzy with delight; as well as classic circus exploits, like balancing acts and juggling. Entertaining, engaging, and colorful, “Shooley Mooley! It’s a Circus” gives audiences, young and old, a chance to experience amazing feats in an up close setting—there is not a bad seat in the house. What’s more, proceeds from the performances will benefit two worthy causes: the Center for the Arts Youth Scholarship Fund for at-risk youth; and to help with medical expenses for Max Hatch, a local teen with special needs who has Crohn’s disease, and superior mesenteric artery syndrome.
- Admission to “Shooley Mooley! It’s a Circus” will cost $20. For more information, visit artcenterbonita.org.