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From rediscovering nature and treasuring time with friends and family, to family events and unforgettable staycations – the joy of fall family fun is still here, it’s just different. Laughter League, a co-production with Shakespeare Dallas, will bring Circo Metropolis, a pop-up circus experience under the bright blue Texas skies on October 10-11 and October 17-18.

With social distancing in place, families can bring blankets, sit back and enjoy an afternoon of zaniness from the dynamic clown duo Slappy and Monday and their endearing circus friends. Playing at Samuell-Grand Amphitheater in Dallas, the all-star cast will also feature renown speed juggler Dario Vasquez, circus skills phenoms Kelli and Julio Ramazini, Magic Mike Williams, aerialists Circus2Wins, slack wire artist Chet Monday and songbird Lily Monday.

The Saturday and Sunday performances are on October 10-11 and October 17-18 at 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. Ticket prices are $15 each or $50 for a family four-pack, which can be purchased at LaughterLeague.org. Samuell-Grand Amphitheater is located at 1500 Tenison Parkway, Dallas, Texas 75223.

At Circo Metropolis, the safety of our visitors and employees is our number one priority. Based on guidance from health authorities and government agencies, the circus will be implementing enhanced safety protocols and social distancing measures to provide patrons with the safest experience possible.

The circus has endured for hundreds of years because it features humans doing incredible acts of strength and grace along with clowns who glorify our foibles and failures. The circus has survived because it is entertainment for the masses. Now more than ever, the circus is needed to uplift lives. The Circo Metropolis pop-up circus experience is the first step to performing in front of live audiences.

About Laughter League
Led by founders Dick Monday and Tiffany Riley, the mission of Laughter League is to uplift lives with the transformational power of humor through outreach, performance and education. Circo Metroplis and other performances subsidize Laughter League hospital and school programs and enable the team to do the work that transforms lives every day. Laughter League currently provides laughter care at Boston Children's Hospital, Hasbro Children's Hospital, Cook Children's Medical Center, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children and Parkland. The nonprofit also provides educational shows to North Texas schools and public libraries both virtually and in-person. For more information, visit LaughterLeague.org or follow the nonprofit on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube

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