Big Apple Circus: a sure sign of spring in Boston
John Kennedy Kane returns as ringmaster in Big Apple Circus Luminocity , opening March 25 in Boston (BERTRAND GUAY)
from: The Lowell Sun
By Nancye Tuttle
BOSTON -- The Big Apple Circus' annual return is a sure sign of spring. And this year's Big Apple adventure takes place March 25 through May 11 under the famous big top in City Hall Plaza.
"Luminocity," an all-new Big Apple production, is set amidst the hubbub of Gotham, where a restless tide of humanity rushes through skyscrapers, pups perform amazing tricks and clowns cavort playfully.
Performers come from the U.S., Canada, Asia and Europe and include acrobats, jugglers, aerial artists and animal acts.
Set in a one-ring setting, with all seats close to the action, the Big Apple offers an intimate, fun-filled circus experience for all ages.
Tickets start at $20 at bigapplecircus.org or call 888-541-3750.