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A variety circus show to benefit 

MultiCare Mary Bridge Good Samaritan Children's Therapy Unit

April 9th, 6pm at the

Renton IKEA Performing Arts Center

Circo Vivo: A Celebration of Life is a circus performance celebrating the possibilities of life with performances from Synapse Circus Center Youth Performance Troupe, Staff, Students, performers in the SCC community and Professional Circus Artists. The show is a benefit for children in our area with special needs, helping others experience their unbelievable!

Skyttle

Coming off a triumphant run with Acrobatic Conundrum, Skyttle is excited to show off their new rope skills. With their two toned hair and ballet background, Skyttle’s acts are always playful elegance at its finest. Read their full bio here or see them in action

"Circo Vivo: A Celebration of Life" is a circus performance celebrates the possibilities of life while benefiting children with special needs in our area who experience life in their own way. This show brings together 
– for one night only – performers of different ages and abilities to showcase their talents while your ticket purchases assist in helping
others experience their unbelievable!

Did you know?

  • Circo Vivo was first produced May 2005 as a benefit for the Jacob Chesley Fund. Produced again in 2006, it was then put to rest until now, 16 years later. 

  • Crystal Campbell (Synapse Circus Center’s owner) helped her mother to produce the first show, and she is now bringing it back in honor of her mother.

  • SCC (Synapse Circus Center) is partnering with Mary Bridge Children’s Therapy Unit.

  • Some of the original Circo Vivo performers are returning to perform again. 

  • SCC has been in business since Feb. 2017 and has occupied their current studio since 2018.

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