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Cirque Motion coming to Civic Center

Cirque Motion will be bringing its breathtaking theatrical circus performance to Hartselle for one show only at the Hartselle Civic Center on Sun., Oct. 7.

Cirque Motion features High-Flying Acrobatics, Spine Bending Contortion, Elegant Aerial Choreography, Dynamic Juggling and Hilarious Comedy that the whole family will love.

Trapeze artist Molly Graves who performs high above the stage on both the traditional trapeze bar and on the graceful aerial fabric, which consists of ribbons of silk stretching from the floor towards the ceiling.

Contortionist Alicia Dawn isn’t content on simply “bending over backwards” for her audience, she practically defies the laws of human agility.

During the finale’ of the show, the Aerial Fabricators perform a dazzling dizzy-ing Aerial Lyra Duet that involves holding each others lives in their hands, literally, high above the stage floor.

Throughout the show, Maks Annaev will win over the entire family with his hilarious interactive comedy antics, juggling, and plate spinning.

Maks has performed around the world for circuses, special events, and theatrical productions as well as performing on a regular basis for the Walt Disney World Resort.

Cirque Motion will be performed at the Hartselle Civic Center located at 406 Nanceford Road, Hartselle. The performance begins at 2 p.m. on Sun., Oct. 7. Tickets are $12 for adults and $5 for all children under 14 years of age. Limited VIP Tickets are available for $20 each.

Tickets may be purchased in advance by calling 423-645-6592 or at the door on the day of show.

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