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Book says he creates material by taking into account every element of the performance–setting, music, costume, etc., along with whichever skills he wants to feature. Usually his knack for physical comedy wins out, says Book. “Ultimately, the material needs to serve my passion for acting like a goofball in the circus ring,” he says.
Christopher plays a unique and highly recognizable role at Midnight Circus–part usher, part clown, part ringmaster. “I found a clown wig, and when I wore it the kids would actually listen!”
As 2018 draws to a close we wanted to share some memories, some Thank You's, and this lovely little video.
Take a sneak peak into the Midnight Circus in the Parks' rehearsal as we prepare for the 2018 tour.
Amy Ewaldt, President of the Maplewood and Lucy Flower Park Advisory Council (MLFPAC), invited me and Maria Stone, Community Relations Manager for the Chicago Park District, to take a walking tour of her community.
Midnight Circus in the Parks is back with an all-new show celebrating twelve years of Bringing Circus to the People!
Frédérique Hamel, known to most as Fred, and her brother Christophe, were highly energetic kids growing up in Quebec City. Their mother, a college athletics teacher, heard about a new circus school for children at the Circus School of Quebec and signed them up. Fred started circus at 7 years old and hasn’t stopped yet.
At just 3 years of age, Maxwell Jenkins stepped into the Midnight Circus Ring. His feet were so small then, that both of them fit into a single hand of the Ringmaster (his Dad) as he precariously raised Maxwell high over his head.
Find out how McKinley Park has changed since they began working with Midnight Circus in the Parks.