Circuses showcase people who can perform amazing physical feats, such contorting their bodies into pretzels or making their feet grow big. See natural-born performers with this GrouponLive deal.
- One ticket to see Cirque Italia
- When: September 26–29
- Where: The Park Expo and Conference Center
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees. <p>
- $11 for one child’s ticket for Level 2 seating (up to a $19.50 value)
- $19 for one adult ticket for Level 2 seating (up to a $33 value)
- $27 for one child’s ticket for Level 1 seating (up to a $46.50 value)
- $30 for one adult ticket for Level 1 seating (up to a $51 value)
- Level 1 seating is in the first 3 rows; Level 2 seating is in the remaining rows.
- Click here to view all available showtimes. <p>
No outside offers through Cirque Italia are valid in conjunction with Groupon offer. This Groupon’s value is equivalent to the value of Cirque Italia’s current offer of one child’s ticket with every adult ticket purchased. However, adult tickets purchased through Groupon do not include a child’s ticket.<p>
At Cirque Italia, aerialists and acrobats look down to see a very unusual set: a 35,000-gallon water tank. As the high-energy [acts](http://gr.pn/19mKaWI) swing from ropes and flip over trapezes, fountain jets below crisscross in mesmerizing patterns. Among them, the bicycle of death-defying Capitolino Mitrovich navigates a high wire strung precariously across the tent. On the ground, the strongmen of Duo A&A put their muscle-bound physiques to work, pulling feats of strength such as balancing from each other's heads on one hand and unloading a clown car full of groceries. In a nod to the aquatic setting, Corissa Wilson does a mermaid act in midair. And between acts, Coco the Clown—who once set a Guinness World Record for riding a 5-inch bicycle—keeps the crowd's spirits high as the human pyramid.
At Cirque Italia, aerialists and acrobats look down to see a very unusual set: a 35,000-gallon water tank. As the high-energy acts swing from ropes and flip over trapezes, curtains of rain and fountain jets crisscross in time to each move. Among them, the Verticali act, in which seasoned performer Gimmi Fornaciari sings classical Italian songs while suspended upside down high above the ground.
On the ground, Fornaciari returns as Laser Man, deftly defying the laws of physics by holding, splitting, and even wielding beams of green laser energy. In a nod to the aquatic setting, Morgaine Rosenthal does a mermaid act, rising from her shell before ascending into the air for a grace corde lisse performance. And between acts, Coco the Clown—who once set a Guinness World Record for riding a 5-inch bicycle—keeps the crowd's spirits high as the human pyramid. Other captivating sights include the humorous antics of the Twin Sailor's Duo Lira act, human-sized bubbles, and Montalvo's trio, who balance and pose atop the reed-like structure of their precarious Chinese pole.
In addition to acting as a love letter to the traditions of the Italian circus, the latest Cirque Italia show is also a tribute to the ingenuity of founder Manuel Rebecchi. As the nephew of Moira Orfei, the world-renowned queen of the Italian circus, Rebecchi combined his family's pedigree with his own groundbreaking ideas to form a company that leaves crowds breathless and competitors hurrying to catch up.