It’s that time of year again …
Time for the area’s top variety and circus performers put on an amazing, hilarious, family-friendly show to support a great cause – The Annual Clowns Without Borders Benifit Show! Now in it’s 17th year, and this time in the gorgeous Alberta Rose Theater, this show is bound to be an amazing evening you won’t want to miss.
Friday, February 5, 2016, at 7:30pm (doors at 6:30)
At the Alberta Rose Theatre, 3000 NE Alberta Street, Portland, Oregon
We expect to sell out – get your tickets early! http://bit.ly/1IOV3Uy
$28 At the door
$12 Kids (12 & under)
$40 Premium Seats (support CWB and sit in the front center section – advance only)
Join our incredible cast of characters for a fundraising event benefiting the international clowning group Clowns Without Borders.
Patrick McGuire of Cirque du Soleil
Shersten Finley, Hayley Holland, Erica Wright, and Larke Schuldberg of Night Flight
Strongwoman Tera Zarra of Imago
Cowboy Comedian Leapin’ Louie of Wanderlust Circus
Rhys Thomas, Sarah Liane Foster, Michael O’Neil, Angel Ocasio
And many other fantastic performers you may know and will definitely love!
Portland’s annual Clowns Without Borders Benefit Show comes to the Alberta Rose Theater this year with an incredible line-up, including astounding feats of juggling, wondrous aerial acrobatics, top-notch physical comedy, and live music. Juggling by Patrick McGuire of Cirque du Soleil, aerial straps by Shersten Finley of Night Flight, the comic lasso stylings of Leapin’ Louie Lichtenstein, and much more! All proceeds of this circus vaudeville extravaganza go to benefit Clowns Without Borders-USA, which sends professional performers to volunteer their talents in areas of crisis around the world, to relieve stress and suffering through laughter and play. 2016 CWB projects include a performance tour for Syrian war refugees in Lesvos, Greece, and performances and workshops in the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, and many other projects around the world.
“CWB shows are a chance to have a family night of belly laughs that will help spread joy to children around the world.” — Jeannie Zamarripa, Portland
“It’s cool and it’s real.” — Viv Lee (six years old), Portland