Minimum age/weight: Open to all ages
Show Times: 7 p.m. on Tuesdays - Sundays, with an additional show at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Saturday and Sundays.
Show Length: 90 minutes
This is a great family friend show. Some of the kids from the audience where called up to participate and that was extra fun. The main character of the performance did a great job - he was funny, and kept things moving. The theater is smaller than I expected - I would not have paid extra for the orchestra level because the theater is of the size that all seats were good seats. The show was entertaining and we loved it!
It was a last minute decision to see this show. I had an unexpected night off and took my 5 year old daughter to see it. We were blown away by the talent of the performers, the ring leader and even the ushers. We had such an amazing time we can't wait to see it again! My daughter was called on stage along with 3 other kids and that just made our night! She even got an elephant balloon to take home for participating on stage. We had a phenomal time and highly recommend everyone see it. We were impressed and it was TOTALLY worth the money!!
Having the theater temperature set at 60 degrees was a very bad start. Since it was so cold we tried to buy coffee or something warm to drink, but there was none available. The show was interesting at times, but had a lot of slow time in it. It seemed more like an afternoon matinee for kids than a circus.
Superb talent period. Beautifully choreographed and full of humour. Ringmaster is hilarious! Female contortionist will blow your mind. Juggler is outstanding and much more fantastic talent. Worth purchasing front row or close to stage seats.
This show is amazing, perfect for the whole family. We loved it!!
We've searched all over the internet and can't seem to find a job that truly appreciates our distinctly vintage mustache, collection of grandpa's trousers and booming voice. Unfortunately for us, we think that the only ringmaster job in town is taken by the dude at Circus 1903 – The Golden Age of Circus. Fingers crossed that maybe we can be an understudy.
Circus 1903 – The Golden Age of Circus is legitimately all things big top. Everything including high-wire acts, magicians, knife throwers, strongmen and more pack the show. But because it's not really a circus without elephants, Circus 1903 threw two life-size elephant puppets into the lineup. Not only is that more humane, it also significantly reduces the amount of obnoxious odors that seem to linger around tents (which we couldn't be more pumped about).
Plain and simple, this show is bomb fire entertainment. Its sets, costumes and acts will transport you back to the days that our grandparents won't shut up about. Speaking of which, maybe if we had just listened to our grandpa from the beginning, that ringmaster job would already be ours.