Circus Harmony’s 2024 annual show, “Nocturne” is a dreamlike show about overcoming your fears and finding your strengths! The show features Circus Harmony’s fantastic flying children and will be presented in their home ring at City Museum for six shows only the last weekend of January and the first weekend of February.
Jessica Hentoff, Circus Harmony’s Artistic/Executive Director says, “Once a year, we present a full length, ticketed show, with all new acts, and a story. This is totally different from the hundreds of free circus mini-shows we present each day at City Museum. This year’s show, Nocturne, is about how a child faces the “monster under their bed”, those negative thoughts that contribute to fear, anxiety, and self-doubt. It is a show that everyone should see!”
The new acts that comprise Nocturne include an aerial ladder act, chair balancing, partner lyra and much more! The talented performers are young people aged 10 – 20 years old. Shows are at 2 and 7pm on Saturdays and 2 pm on Sundays. The show takes place in Circus Harmony’s home ring on the third floor of City Museum. Ticket price includes entrance to City Museum. So, grab the family or a friend and go see how you can fight your fears by defying gravity!
WHAT: Circus Harmony presents “Nocturne”
WHEN: January 27 & 27, February 3 & 4, 2024 | Saturdays at 2 & 7pm, Sundays at 2pm
WHERE: City Museum, 750 N. 16th Street, St. Louis, MO 63033
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Circus Harmony is a non-profit social circus school that teaches the art of life through circus education. They are based at City Museum and offer numerous outreach classes throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area. By inspiring individuals and connecting communities with their circus education and entertainment programs, Circus Harmony has a positive impact on the St. Louis area and beyond!