Thursday, January 19, 2012

An Unforgettable One-man Circus Comedy!

Horizon Stage presents Jamie Adkins in Circus Incognitus on Saturday, February 4 at 2 p.m.

With his numerous talents and years of experience as a multidisciplinary acrobat, Jamie Adkins has won the admiration of critics and the adoration of the circus-going public. In his newest creation, Circus Incognitus, Jamie uses everyday objects to perform dazzling, awe-inspiring and hilarious circus routines. Horizon Stage is excited to be presenting Jamie Adkins in Circus Incognitus as the first performance of their 2012 Family Matinee Series on Saturday, February 4th at 2 p.m.

Jamie began his circus career at the age of 13 in San Diego, where he delighted passers-by as a street performer. In San Francisco, he joined the Pickle Family Circus. Later, he became a valued member of Montr√©al's famed Cirque √Čloize, performing in their production Excentricus and touring for them with Typo, a show of his own creation.

As an eclectic clown, juggler, balancing artist, and physical poet, Jamie distinguishes himself with a unique style that faithfully and humorously conveys the essence of the ordinary man. As he forges ahead on his career path, he is always seeking new ways to develop his artistry and to bring wonder and laughter to his audiences. His newest creation, Circus Incognitus, is an artistic event that springs from his own inner world and vibrant imagination. In Circus Incognitus, Jamie’s character is constantly fraught with challenges, but for each problem he always finds a fun and unusual solution.

Join Jamie on his courageous adventure at Horizon Stage on Saturday, February 4th at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 for all ages and include an hour of preshow activities for the kids starting at 1 p.m. Family Matinee Ticket Packages are also available for $35 and they include one ticket to Circus Incognitus, one ticket to Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir on February 18 and one ticket to Connie Kaldor on April 7. To order tickets call 780-962-8995, visit the Spruce Grove City Hall Ticket Centre in person at 315 Jespersen Avenue, or go to Horizon Stage is located at 1001 Calahoo Road, attached to Spruce Grove Composite High School.,

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