Library Shows with Mr. Amazing

Library Shows – Mr. Amazing’s Circus Exploratorium is a hit

Mr. Amazing’s CIRCUS EXPLORATORIUM is a self-contained solo library show. Kids get to run away to join the circus, but be home by dinner!

CIRCUS EXPLORATORIUM is a 40-minute library show of circus, vaudeville, magic and pantomime.Mr. Amazing, Ringmaster of Amazing Grace CIRCUS! in Nyack, NY, explains the wonders of science and art through his amazingly fun and educational  performance.  He juggles, jokes, spins plates, tosses diabolos, walks the tight-wire and performs brain games with the audience. All this while he delivers a story about creativity, art and how science influenced the circus.

CIRCUS EXPLORATORIUM is half vaudeville, half circus skills and half science, packaged in an entertaining series of comedy vignettes. This 1/4-ring, pint-sized Circus-with-a-Purpose is ideal for your weekend and special event programming.

Fee: $450/show; $750 for 2 shows in one morning/afternoon.

“This was a fantastic library show. The kids were engaged: they laughed, they participated and they went home happy. We will be having you back this summer to entertain the teens!” – Children’s Librarian, King’s Daughters Library, Haverstraw, NY

“Mr. Amazing is simply Amazing! He has a seasoned look to him, but he knows exactly what the young ones and teens want to hear. Of course, any parents attending his shows also get to revel in his ‘old tyme entertainment memories’ (with references to Bob Hope, Jack Benny and Ed Sullivan, to name just a few). Hire his Circus Exploratorium immediately!” – Children’s Librarian, Peekskill Library, NY

“Thank you for a very entertaining afternoon! Mr. Amazing’s CIRCUS EXPLORATORIUM is unlike anything we have booked so far.” – Armonk Library, Armonk, NY

Please contact Mr. Amazing for availability and bookings, at 845-721-5059 or carlo@amazinggracecircus.org. He is available for after school, weekend and special event bookings.

Mr. Amazing laughing with children at library show
children laughing at Mr. Amazing's library showsMr. Amazing library show