On Stage: Shooley Mooley! It’s a Circus

Shooley Mooley! It's a Cricus - Center for the Performing Arts Bonita SpringsThe 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.

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