As early as the 1840s, circus impresarios understood the importance of the parade as a way to impress potential audiences. Enjoy a selection of posters dating from 1848 to 1920 and imagine the excitement of the “The Most Magnificent Street Spectacle Ever Seen,” the circus parade.
The Campaign Against Summer Hunger unites the community to help feed the 21,000 Sarasota County School children - and their younger siblings - who face hunger. Throughout the Campaign each person donating a canned good will save $2 off Museum Admission. Donations may be dropped off at the Visitors Pavilion.
This exhibition features original posters spanning the history of this singular brand, giving us another opportunity to marvel at a few of the amazing talents that have performed for the Greatest Show on Earth.
On a mission to bring dance “where it does not belong,” Happy Hour features "two guys” – desperate to be popular – who crash an after-hours party only to be hilariously inept in their quest.
Forbidden to leave Iran, Soleimanpour distills the experience of a generation into a wild, utterly original play. A drama realized by actor and audience together.