Big Apple Circus Presents Bello is Back Under the Big Top
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The last date listed for Big Apple Circus: Bello is Back was Friday January 15, 2010 / 6:30pm.
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The glowlight-suited dance group iLuminate -- who rose to fame on the sixth season of television's America's Got Talent -- brings you a story of adventure and romance told through the dance styles of hip-hop, breaking & locking, and contemporary jazz, fused with the power of light. This unique dance-in-the-dark spectacular is a mash-up of dazzling wizardry, cool dance moves, high-tech effects and original music from some of this year's hottest bands. Sharon Osbourne called it "breathtaking and brilliant," and Ellen DeGeneres added, it's "amazing, electrifying, fantastic." Learn More
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It seems like only yesterday that this daredevil clown made his hair-raising New York debut with the Big Apple Circus. He’s been a big star all over the world ever since and was recently named "America's Best Clown" by Time Magazine.
Bello is joined by a world of stellar circus stars including Spain’s juggling artiste, Picasso Jr. and Russia’s Aniskin Troupe who catapult to the top of the tent on trampoline and soar across it on trapeze. And for an extra measure of love and laughter, there’s our very own clown — Grandma. So pick your group’s dates and do like Bello—come on back! The Big Apple Circus is your circus, Big Apple is back in town!
About the Ticket Supplier: Big Apple CircusAs a leading presenter of family entertainment and a not-for-profit performing arts institution, our nationwide performances and community programs have made our 34-year history far-reaching and full.
It all began in Kent, England, in 1974, when American entertainers and Big Apple Circus co-founders Paul Binder and Michael Christensen became juggling partners and took to the street corners of Europe. Their comedic juggling act was a hit, and they soon found themselves on the stage of the presitigous Nouveau Cirque de Paris. They returned home to America in 1976 with a vision: to entertain and improve the lives of millions. One year later, they found a site for the first tent-raising in Battery Park, New York, and went on to create the award-winning, not-for-profit Big Apple Circus.