American Circus and Variety Show Set

03/31/2010 

Circurious, which mixes the circus tent, concert hall and Broadway stage into one show that highlights unique performers, comes to SUNY Cortland on April 8.

Presented by the Student Activities Board (SAB), the event begins at 7 p.m. in the Corey Union Function Room and is free and open to the public.

Circurious will offer “One-Hundred Years of American Circus and Variety,” which the group describes as “a display of mind-blowing skill of athletic and artistic performances by a group of skilled and highly trained professionals.”

Circurious
Acrobats with Circurious perform their routine.

The performers bring to the stage acrobats, contortionists, jugglers, illusionists and indescribable feats that are intended to leave the audience in awe and get the imagination running wild. The troupe’s creative and decorative stage and costume design adds another element to the show.

Curcurious' five impressive acts focus on an overall theme of “amazing broken-bone-defying feats,” claims a New York Post reviewer. Their performances have been described as an “edgy, unique blend of skill that tests the limits of the human body.” Visit www.circurious.com for more information.

The event is sponsored by the Student Activity Fee. For more information about SAB events, call Campus Activities and Corey Union at (607) 753-2321.


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