Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Win 4 Tickets to Big Apple Circus at Assembly Row Somerville

One of our favorite Circus shows is Big Apple Circus and I am so excited they are coming back to Boston for their 40th Anniversary Season!  As one of my lucky readers I am even giving you a chance to win 4 tickets to the show on Sunday, April 8th at 4:00 pm!!! Read on and enter below to win!!!
Photos Credited:  Juliana Crawford
More about the show:
BigTop Works, the new producers of BIG APPLE CIRCUS, are pleased to announce the return of the beloved circus to Boston, as part of the National Tour stops of the historic and critically acclaimed 40th Anniversary Season. The full lineup of global artists and acts, including 10-time world record-holding high wire artist Nik Wallenda, will play under the Big Top at Assembly Row, Somerville from April 7-May 6. Tickets are on sale at Ticketmaster and BigAppleCircus.com.
You can save 25% on all Opening Week Performances April 7th-13th by using offer code FAMILY25.
World renowned for its one-ring, intimate and artistic style, where no seat is more than 50 feet from the performers, Big Apple Circus is passionate about revitalizing the circus for modern-day audiences with unique and astounding human feats, and innovative design and technology. The 40th anniversary season program features the famous seven-person pyramid on the high wire with Nik Wallenda and The Fabulous Wallendas and the daring quadruple somersault attempted on the trapeze by The Flying Tunizianis – the first time in circus history that both legendary feats are performed under the same big top. The record-setting acts are joined by Dandino and Luciana, a dynamic duo who combine speed, acrobatics and daredevil grace on rollerskates; award-winning contortionist Elayne Kramer; master juggler Gamal Garcia; Jan Damm on the Rola Bola; acclaimed Risley acrobats The Anastasini Brothers (who broke the World Record for Most Flips on November 9, 2017); Ringmaster Ty McFarlan; and circus trainer and presenter Jenny Vidbel, who performs in the ring with 16 horses and ponies, as well as six rescue dogs. 
Outside of the ring, Big Apple Circus continues to honor the essential and iconic characteristics that have set it apart for the past four decades, with multiple community outreach programs and a vital no-wild-animals policy. Circus of the Senses, which will take place on Wednesday, April 11 at 11:00 am, offers specially enhanced experiences for audiences who are deaf, blind, deaf/blind, visually impaired, or have cognitive or developmental challenges. The special performances include ASL interpretation, live audio description, pre- and post-show touch experiences, and a Braille program book. On Sunday, April 8 at 12:00 pm, Big Apple Circus Embraces Autism, a sensory-friendly performance for autistic audience members, will feature lowered light and sound levels, a descriptive social story, and a professionally staffed “calming center” that can be accessed at any point during the show. 
 The Big Apple Circus 40th Anniversary season is directed by Mark Lonergan, artistic director of three-time Drama Desk Award-nominated physical theater company Parallel Exit, with choreography and associate direction by Antoinette DiPietropolo and music direction by Rob Slowik. Tony Award-winning lighting designer Jeff Croiter (Peter and the Starcatcher, Something Rotten!), scenic designers Rob Bissinger (Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, Legally Blonde – Assoc) and Anita LaScala (Magic Mike Live) of ARDA Studio, Inc., and Drama Desk-nominated costume designer Amy Clark (Heathers: The Musical, Chaplin) come together to create a most vibrant environment to fit the momentous occasion of the circus’s return. 
Enter below to win 4 tickets to the show on April 8th at 4:00 pm!
Disclosure:  I was provided with four tickets for my family for the show and four tickets to giveaway.  No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own.
a Rafflecopter giveaway


mary beth crowley said...

This is the best circus! I am so happy that it has been saved and will be back in Boston!

John Zukowski said...

I love that they have special programs for special needs kids

JRHF said...

I’ve never been and want to go!!

Nicole G. said...

I'm excited to see every act especially the horses. Although, I can feel my nerves now justing thinking about the Flying Wallendas seven person pyramid.