The Waterfront Museum, located on a permanently moored barge in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn, concludes its CIRCUSundays series, which brings the circus to this shorefront area.
The show features professional performers from around the globe who will dazzle, mystify, and make you laugh.
Hosted by Artistic Director Karen E. Gersch, every Sunday features an entirely new show with acts of daring dexterity, comedy and awe-inspiring skill. There are two shows on each Sunday at 1 and 4 p.m.
Closing out the season on June 29 is The Grand Faloons, Kim Winslow and Stephen Ringold, who create havoc and harmony with comedy, clubs, bubbles and music. Will Shaw is an eccentric juggler while Dikki Ellis is The Clown Prince of Slackwire balancing and buoyancy.
Advance tickets to shows are $16; $10 for under 12. If available, tickets are sold for $18 and $12 on the day of the show.
The Waterfront Museum is at 290 Conover Street at Pier 44 in Red Hook; call 718-624-4719 or visit www.waterf
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