The Big Apple Circus 'Making The Impossible, Possible!' Thrilling Performances

By 11/21/2021 02:08:00 PM

To welcome back The Big Apple Circus to NYC, we were invited to one of the first performaces for the new show, titled “Making The Impossible, Possible!”, helmed by world-renowned aerialist, high wire artist and Guinness World Record holder, Nik Wallenda.


Note: I received media tickets to Big Apple Circus for review purposes. Views expressed are always 100% my own.

It was such a great night of delightful and thrilling performances including


Brothers who "kick" each other around

The clown who takes interacting with the audience to new "heights"

An arobat who's encircled by "rings"

And to top it all off, seeing Nik Wallenda and his fearless family of highwire walkers

But those are just a few of the perfoamces we saw. There's more! While the perfomaces themselves are enjoyable, during each segement we got to learn more about the perfomers and why love being part of the circus. It's a great addin and helps you enjoy the show differently.

We're glad to be one of the first families to welcome The Big Apple Circus back! Families need a night of wonder and excitment that the circus can bring.

The Big Apple Circus will follow New York State, New York City and CDC guidelines to ensure the safety of our Big Apple Circus guests, cast, employees and production staff, as a priority. Attendees over 12 must wear masks inside and show proof of vaccination. Children under 12 must wear masks.

The Big Apple Circus “Making The Impossible, Possible!”



Aptly titled “Making The Impossible, Possible!” Wallenda has partnered with a team of live entertainment super producers from the circus world, live music and Broadway - Phillip Wm. McKinley , Michael Cohl and Arny Granat - to make Big Apple Circus even better, and more exciting by adding a modern flair to this beloved classic.

Revered for its intimate and artistic style, the producers are passionate about revitalizing the circus for modern-day audiences, with unique and astounding human feats from performers with incredible real-life stories.

Wallenda , a world-renowned aerialist who has been featured in five nationally televised TV specials is the first and only person in the world to walk a wire directly over Niagara Falls, the Grand Canyon and an active volcano.

Seen by over 250,000 people in Times Square, Nik, will be joined by his family of thrilling high wire artists, and an all-new award winning cast from Australia, Brazil, Colombia, Ethiopia, Germany, Russia, and the United States, some of whom have previously been featured on America’s Got Talent, YouTube and The X-Factor.

The Big Apple Circus will be at Lincoln Center from November 11, 2021 through January 30, 2022.

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