Thursday, April 28, 2016

MILE SQUARE THEATRE TO PRESENT “CIRCUS IN A SUITCASE” TO BENEFIT 3 LOCAL SCHOOLS

CIRCUS IN A SUITCASE

Join Mile Square Theatre for a special event to benefit MST, Elysian Charter School, Hoboken Charter School, and the Hola Dual Language Charter School. Bring your family to see the fabulous Kevin O'Keefe perform his hilarious CIRCUS IN A SUITCASE.

From the suitcase of the multi-talented Kevin O’Keefe, an entire circus emerges: tent, band, lights, and a collection of comedic circus characters he inhabits. Included are a boisterous ringmaster, officious usher Mervin Merkle, a glamorous “magician to the stars,” and even an entire family of juggling acrobats. However, the most important performers emerge from the audience. Each performance becomes a dialogue between the characters and the audience—a light-hearted collaboration.

Half your ticket price will go to the school of your choice. The remainder will go to MST's Education Scholarship Fund.

WHEN: Saturday, April 30 @ 2pm and 5pm
WHERE:
Mile Square Theatre, 1408 Clinton St., Hoboken
TICKETS: Adults: $25 Children $20

NEW DROP-OFF OPTION!
Drop off your K-4th grader to our trained chaperones for only $5 more

GET TICKETS HERE!

IMPORTANT: Please enter your SCHOOL CODE in the DISCOUNT CODE field at check out so we know which school receives the funds from your tickets:

  • Hoboken Charter School: HCS
  • Elysian Charter School: ECS
  • Hola Dual Language School: HDL
 

Mile Square Theatre is supported by Clifton Savings Bank, The Rockefeller Group, Jet.com, Monroe Center for the Arts, Ironstate, Bijou Properties, The Brummette Family, The Kocis Family, Hufnagel Landscaping, Party with Purpose, the Hoboken Family Alliance, and by The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.

THIS PROGRAM IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY FUNDS FROM THE NEW JERSEY COUNCIL ON THE ARTS/DEPARTMENT OF STATE, A PARTNER AGENCY OF THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS AND BY FUNDS FROM THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS, ADMINISTERED BY THE HUDSON COUNTY OFFICE OF CULTURAL & HERITAGE AFFAIRS, THOMAS A. DEGISE, COUNTY EXECUTIVE, AND THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS.