This Weekend Best Bet features an evolving collaboration between Sarasota's 100-member vocal chorus Key Chorale and the flexible and exciting circus acts from Circus Sarasota. The collaboration that began in 2011 is becomming a staple, and returns for its third year in an inspiring holiday program "Joy & Wonder." It's become such a staple that Key Chorale director Joseph Caulkins has adopted the title "RingMaestro."
If it's holiday cheer you're looking for head to this show beginning tonight. You'll get a choir of angels singing about Christmas spirit in songs such as "Spirit of the Season" from the movie Polar Express along with acts such as The Risely Brothers — all under one Big Top.
It takes place tonight at 7:30 p.m.; 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14; and 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15 under The Big Top, 12th and Tuttle Ave. Tickets are $18 to $50. Call 355-9805 or visit CircusArts.org for more information.
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