Aga-Boom: Circus Clown Show Starring Cirque du Soleil Veterans
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All offers for Aga-Boom have expired.
The last date listed for Aga-Boom was Saturday January 7, 2012 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Peter Jay Sharp Theater, Symphony Space:
- Full Price:
- Our Price:
- $5.00 - $7.00
A collection of outstanding animation and big laughs, you'll see incredible shorts during Spike & Mike's Classic Festival of Animation. Founded in 1977 by Craig "Spike" Decker and Mike Gribble, this festival runs alongside the Sick and Twisted showcase with films appropriate for both kids and their parents. The festival features over 15 independent and experimental shorts from the U.S, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland and more. Over the years, Spike and Mike have hosted the work of Tim Burton, John Lasseter (Toy Story) and the creators of Wallace & Gromit. Learn More
Nice little bar in back corner of theater w/wine and beer -- ok to drink in your seats.Dancing in the Grand Ballrooms: Michael Arenella and His Dreamland Orchestra dining • May 13 2014 star this tip starred
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar Member
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very well done. Definitely a show for younger children which needs to be emphasized in the advertising. Please know that We really appreciated the accommodations your company and the theater worked out for my wheelchair ahead of time, It made our trip to the city a lot less complicated!
Quotes & Highlights
“Masterly clowning with its own originality… Pure family fun.” —The New York Times
“Literally riotous – as in funny that the audience did more than just laugh – than any theatrical experience within memory.” —_Los Angeles Times _
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Rooted in a distinct European theatrical style and encompassing the universal language of clowning, Aga-Boom cuts through the barriers of language and culture with the art of slapstick, the humor of physical comedy and the delighted excitement of childhood featuring veteran Cirque du Soleil performers.
The show, which has been seen around the globe by over 500,000 people, is interactive mayhem that carries audiences to the other side of the funhouse mirror, with outrageous zaniness, unrestrained laughter, and more paper and confetti than a ticker-tape parade!