If a trip to the supermarket reminds you of shopping-cart wrecks and a struggle to find bananas, Circus Flora can help you find the magic in those grocery aisles.

When the St. Louis theater company opens its 33rd season on Thursday, it will be premiering “The Caper in Aisle 6,” a show aimed at highlighting the beauty behind grocery shopping.

Circus Flora Artistic Director Jack Marsh said the performance is set in a Schnucks to show how even the most mundane of experiences can be beautiful.

“If we added some magic to it and some amazing circus performers in there, it helps you imagine the beauty of what this place could be,” Marsh said.

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