Show celebrates land, community
BRATTLEBORO - On Saturday and Saturday, October 16 and 17, Nimble Arts, in collaboration with Circus Minimus, will host the second annual Circus in Place. Three shows will be performed daily at 12, 2, and 4 pm. Tickets are $15 and are available at www.nimblearts.org.
This all-ages event brings together community, artists, and the land that sustains them. The lands are set up with multiple stages for audiences to enjoy the woods and nature alongside performances from entertainers who have been given the space and time to share their art and perspective.
Be welcomed by an Abenaki singer-songwriter sharing the story of N’dakinna (the Abenaki homeland), marvel at an aerialist dancing in the trees, be riveted by a storyteller bringing 10,000 years of geology to life, and laugh as jugglers share dexterity while tickling funny bones.
Bring blankets for socially-distanced seating and walking shoes for the woods path between stages. The event will happen outdoors, rain or shine, so dress accordingly.
Nimble Arts will follow all Vermont COVID-19 protocols for outdoor events. Maintain social distance and do not attend if feeling unwell in any way.