from Brooklyn, New York
School-time tickets may only be booked by Partner organizations.
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Week of April 8 – 14
This performance is followed by a short Talk-Back.
Live audio-description provided
This performance has live sign-interpretation.
Week of April 15 – 21
Omnium (Latin for “of all and belonging to all”) ensures everyone is in on the action in a spirited spectacular that is both limit-defying and life-affirming. Run away and join the circus with young Johnny as he finds himself among an awe-inspiring, inclusive ensemble featuring a Deaf ringmaster, an award-winning gymnast who uses a wheelchair and an aerialist born without legs. Accessible to all, every performance incorporates American Sign Language, audio description, open captioning, sensory-friendly lighting and sound, and a relaxed environment where movement and vocalization are welcome. Experience the I’mPossible in this exuberant big top extravaganza!
No limits, no boundaries, no barriers
One of the brightest things to come out of 2020 was the debut of Omnium Circus, a long-held dream project for Lisa B. Lewis, who co-founded the Super Scientific Circus and spent many years working with the Big Apple Circus. Omnium features a multi-talented, multi-racial cast with and without disabilities in a show that is leading a global movement for systemic change in family entertainment.
Lisa B. Lewis
Ottavio and Naomi Gesmundo
Set, Projection and Animation Designer
Director of ASL
Curriculum and activities!
Inspire creative thinking with ready-to-implement, grade-appropriate activities.
Led by New Victory Teaching Artists!
Explore art forms and themes in the show in a pre- or post-show workshop.
Plan your visit!
Review Covid-19 safety guidelines, field trip information and ticketing policies.