Theatre Now LLC Presents Super Scientific Circus On Feb. 3

Thursday, January 16, 2014
Theatre Now LLC is presenting the Super Scientific Circus, which is children's live educational theatre, on Monday, Feb. 3, at 9:45 a.m. at Robert Kirk Walker Community Theater at Memorial Hall. The performance is approximately one hour long.
 

The Super Scientific Circus proves that science can be fun using amazing circus skills involving boomerangs, bubbles, beach balls, bullwhips and magic. You will learn about friction, inertia, centrifugal force, aerodynamics, sonic booms, air pressure and ultraviolet light. You will learn how to make and throw your own boomerang, how to blow giant soap bubbles, and how to put a needle through a balloon without popping the balloon!

Super Scientific Circus is the creation of John Lepiarz. Lepiarz is Mr. Fish, former Big Apple Circus clown, variety artist and master of ceremonies, a first-prize winner at the International Circus Festival, and featured performer on ABC and HBO circus specials. Lepiarz is assisted by Trent Arterberry, an internationally-traveled mime artist who has headlined on the QE2 and SS Norway, toured with Julio Iglesias and B.B. King, and been named college campus Performing Artist of the Year. 

Tickets are available only by calling 800 923-2293. Tickets are $6.00 each. For every 15 paid students, one teacher is admitted free.
 
For more information, contact Judy Frost at 800 923-2293.

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