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Nov. 30 - 2017 Alee Shrine Circus Returns Dec.15

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November 30, 2017 - The Alee Shrine Temple announced the 4th annual Alee Shrine Circus, shows on Dec. 15, 2017 shows at 6:15 & 8 p.m


Audiences will experience an evening of amazing acrobatics, unbelievable Daredevil skills, outstanding Aerial artists, and hilarious comedy.

 “I have searched the world over to make sure that 2017 Alee Circus will be a circus unlike any other,” said Larry Clark, Alee Circus producer. “This year’s production will feature a strongman from Mongolia, a unicycle act from Chile, a unique sword balancing act from Mexico, performing puppies rescued from shelters in Texas, and even a crowned beauty pageant winner! This show is action packed.”

2017 Alee Shrine Circus-goers can expect to see the following acts and more:

THE TITANIC TULGA - As seen on on this season of NBC’s Smash hit “America’s Got Talent”- From the mountainous Mongolia, our circus Strongman will toss and twirl tall telephone timbers like tiny toothpicks, 

Callie Compton - The reigning Miss Memphis, and current Miss Tennessee’s Miss Congeniality, Callie will climb high to the top of the Alee Arena to show off her amazing aerial artistry 

The Mc Intyre Duo - Walking a thread no bigger than the diameter of your thumb, This father and daughter high wire daredevil duo are sure to put you on the edge of your seat. With No Net, and Nerves of Steal, Carlos and Carla will dance, jump, climb, even ride bicycles, across this slender strand.

JustLarry - Our internationally known Clown will have everyone in stitches with his hyped up hilarity, juggling, magic, and unique brand of JustLarry-ness! Television, Feature Film, and center ring star, Larry will will also be the host on your epic circus adventure!

“Every year the Alee Shrine Temple strives to bring in a show that is completely family-friendly and extremely affordable. We want a circus that will make Savannah proud!” said Alee Circus Chairman Buddy Grayson.

2017 Shrine Circus will be held inside the Alee Shrine Temple’s Arena, located at 100 Eisenberg Drive. This permanent venue provides a unique circus experience unlike any other in the United States. No seat is further than 50 feet away from the circus ring, and with stadium style seating, everyone is sure to get a great view of the action.

To get $5 advance tickets visit Alee Temple Office at 100 Eisenberg Dr, Savannah, GA. 31406 or Call (912) 355-2422 

Show times are Dec. 15, 2017 at 6:15 p.m. and 8 p.m. Doors will open to the arena one hour before each performance. 

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