Circus Incognitus

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Circus Incognitus

Jamie Adkins began his career at the age of 13 in San Diego, where he delighted passers-by as a street performer. Then this eclectic clown, juggler, balancing artist and one-hundred percent poet joined Montréal’s Cirque Éloize. He is delighted to present his newest creation, Circus Incognitus. More than ever before, Jamie shows his audiences, in his own unique way, the full range of his talents. He has taken his performance far beyond the bounds of a single role and created an artistic event that springs from his own inner world.  An unforgettable one-man circus comedy.  All ages.

BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center

199 Chambers St., New York, NY

Single tickets are $25; however 10Club members enjoy $15 tickets.  A 10Club Membership enables you to purchase 10 admissions for $150. 10Club memberships are on sale now. To purchase a 10Club membership, you must call 212-220–1460 or visit Ticketing Services (office hours: Tues-Sat, noon – 6pm) located in the lobby of the Borough of Manhattan Community College, 199 Chambers Street, New York, NY.  You may log on to www.tribecapac.org for single ticketson sale July 22. 

Event Price :25 / 10Club Members $15

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Circus Incognitus
Event Category: Kids / Family
When: May 18, 2014
Time: 1:30pm
Where: TPAC
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