Performances and events have been canceled in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, but one local performer is bringing the performance to local neighborhoods for free.
This is entertainment in the age of the coronavirus. Greg May’s circus performing business all but stopped when large gatherings and events were banned.
“I was getting really, really down, so I thought I would do one of my school shows for the kids in my neighborhood,” said May.
The show was such a hit, other neighborhoods started contacting him and the cul-de-sac circus was born. Neighbors can sit in their driveways, a safe distance apart, and catch the show without leaving home.
“It’s something positive. It’s something for a few minutes to just forget about what is going on with the world and all the viruses and stuff, so it’s just to make people happy,” said neighbor Stefanie Rye.
The show is free, fun and educational. As a former Barnum and Bailey performer and a former science teacher, Circus Greg has adapted his science-based show that he usually takes into schools…
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