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'Circus Oz' at the Shubert Theatre, Feb. 19-23

Posted by Meghan Colloton  November 8, 2013 09:58 AM

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Just because the weather’s grown colder and the sun goes down a little earlier, you don't need to hibernate. Consider hitting the town to experience one of Boston's newest performing arts production, "Circus Oz," heading to the Shubert Theatre from Feb. 19-23.


Circus Oz member Mason West performs at Sydney's Darling Harbour tourist precinct in 2013. (Greg Wood/AFP/Getty Images)

‘CIRCUS OZ: FROM THE GROUND UP’ Formed in Melbourne, Australia, and celebrating its 35th birthday in 2013, “Circus Oz: From the Ground Up” has spanned the globe since its inception – bringing its performances to 26 countries across five continents, from New York to South America to Europe and back to Australia. Presented by the National Circus of Australia, “Circus Oz” is a family-friendly, animal-free circus performance that incorporates amazing stunts, rock ‘n’ roll, and irreverent humor.
Feb. 19-23. $30-$75. Shubert Theatre, 265 Tremont St, Boston. (617) 482-9393.

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