I wrote a prelude to the circus several days ago; we went to see the show this last Saturday with our grandson and some of our grown “children”.
There is something about a circus that turns an adult all goofy and giddy and takes you reeling back to years ago.
Circus Vargas exceeded expectations. I cannot say enough positive things about this show. We all had a fabulous time, and I think I enjoyed the show as much as watching our eight year old grandson’s face as he watched the show.
When I read the Circus Vargas website information and realized there were no animals I was a little disappointed, but this was soon dispelled within the first five minutes of the show. There was a lot of audience participation with the adults and the kids that made the show so much fun.
Learning how to balance a feather on your nose
There were parts of the show that reminded me of Cirque du Soleil and other parts that were just plain circus acts. Innovation with a group from Argentina that played drums and there were also artists of the trapeze and high wire.
What’s a circus without popcorn, sno kones, cotton candy, and hot dogs?