(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – A musical acrobatic adventure is coming to Tuscarawas County.
The Performing Arts Center at Kent State University at Tuscarawas is giving locals an opportunity to experience a one-of-a-kind performance inspired by the rich legacy of the Wild West! The PAC invites you to swing open the Saloon doors and rustle up some fun for the entire family with the musical and acrobatic adventure, CIRQUE ÉLOIZE SALOON.
The stage fizzes and thrums with infectious energy and phenomenal physical feats as 11 top-level cast members perform for a music-packed theatrical thrill-ride. Prepare to be blown away by a chase worthy of the greatest Westerns.
“This show was inspired by our thriving power, the same strength that has motivated us for nearly 25 years. We borrow from the world of the Wild West, which we have so much in common with; a fundamental commitment to move forward, toughness and the survival instinct, a tendency for irreverence and a sharing sense of community,” explained Jeannot Painchaud, President and Artistic Director of Cirque Éloize and Creative Director of Saloon.
“The Saloon is a wonderful playground for work of artistic exploration. It’s also a place f opportunity, one that made us want to try something different. It has the physical energy of acrobatics combined with the poetry of the theatrical approach, punctuated with humor and accompanied by amazing live music. Saloon is bright, funny and musical,” added Painchaud.
You can still get tickets to this show coming upon Friday, March 1st at 7:30 p.m. at the PAC!