Brick Bros. Circus

Photo credit: Greg Tjepkema

DESCRIPTION

This inventive play delights audiences of all ages, bringing the world of play, creativity and performance to life, brick by brick by brick. Guaranteed to stimulate imaginations and spark creative thinking, the Brick Bros. Circus is a complete, miniature one-ring circus, performed by highly trained building bricks in itty bitty costumes. See the acrobatic Bildovitch Family, the breathtaking Madame Brikaskova, the amazing Brick Contortionist and much much more!

Created by Ann Powell and David Powell, from an idea sparked by the late Steve Hansen The Puppet Man, and Loet Vos of the Toronto Museum of Childhood.  Directed by Sharon Weisbaum. Music created by David Anderson.

Available February 29 through March 11.  Book with Mariposa in the Schools

DETAILS

  • For family audiences: enjoyed by all ages, 4 and up – and adults
  • For schools:  Grades K – 8
  • Also works well for adult audiences
  • Audience maximum 250.
  • Approximately 45 minutes, with optional post-performance Q & A

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