Break Out The Big Shoes — The Circus Is Coming
Circus Smirkus set to perform in Waltham starting July 28
The circus is coming to Waltham.
Circus Smirkus, a travelling circus in which young kids perform, will perform its show July 28-31 at Gore Place, according to a press release from the group, a non-profit organization.
Twenty-nine performers, ranging from 10-18, juggle, perform acrobatic stuns, walk wires among other activities. This year’s theme — “Frontpage Follies: Big Top Big News,” will feature acrobatic anchormen or anchorwomen, juggling paperboys and “wacky weathermen,” according to the circus group. The Waltham performance is part of a larger tour that started Sunday, July 3 and will performed 70 shows over the next two months.
For video of past performances, click on the photo box to the right.
The performers come from all over New England, including one from Acton, as well as other from Masschusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island and upstate New York. Rob Merin, a protégé of Marcel Marceau, formed the circus group in 1987, and has received many accolades in the media.