Circus Flora is a longstanding tradition for many St. Louisans and is back in action this month for its 33rd season. This year’s show is bringing audiences to an unlikely place for an adventure – a grocery store. Schnucks, to be exact.
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.
The circus is in town Tim Ezell is making yet another attempt to run off and join the circus.
You can see Circus Flora - The Caper in Aisle 6 starting June 6 through June 30th. Tickets start at $10.
George Sells is joined by the folks from Circus Flora to talk about this year’s edition of St. Louis’ favorite one ring circus.
Circus Flora enters its 33rd season with “The Caper in Aisle 6,” which — with the help of aerialists, acrobats, high-wire daredevils and more — reveals the secrets of a magical grocery store.
Congratulations to Circus Flora volunteer and former board president, Jeff Kuhn, who recently received the Community Star award!
The venerable Circus Flora brings fresh acts, a sparkling new lead character and a charming story with a touch of Wes Anderson whimsy to its new permanent home in Grand Center. The result is a delightfully entertaining and fun to follow along mystery.
Aurelia Wallenda-Zoppe talks about high wire performances at Circus Flora
Circus Flora is a Theater Company, specializing in one-ring circus production, based on the focused energy of modern and traditional circus arts.