Theatre & Dance
A World Premiere All-Ages
June 28 – July 29, 2017
Trexler Pavilion for Theatre & Dance
Atlas Circus Company
Written by Noah Dach
Directed by Noah Dach & Christopher Scheer
Experience the magic of this spectacular modern circus production, created by Atlas Circus Company! When a young boy runs away on an adventure through the unknown, he meets a whole host of unusual characters — and he learns what love, family, and home are all about.
Featuring aerial acrobatics, clowning, juggling, dance, and a touch of magic, Wild is great for kids and adults alike. Don’t miss SMT’s first foray into the exciting world of modern circus theatre.
Groups welcome! Recommended for ages 4 through adult. Cast members will be available after daytime performances to meet the audience members, sign autographs, and answer questions.
FREE Adventure Workshops!
Stay after the show for a FREE 45-minute circus-themed Adventure Workshop! Join the cast to explore themes of the show through movement and storytelling — and learn circus skills! Daytime workshops are recommended for ages 4-12.
Workshops following 6:30 performances are all-ages Circus Workshops, designed to give you a taste of circus performance skills, including juggling, clowning, and acrobatics.
Group sizes are limited. Advance registration is recommended. Please register online or by calling 484-664-3333. Please be sure to register for the workshop following the show you plan to attend.
If you have any questions about the Adventure Workshop, please email the Workshop team at email@example.com.
Relaxed (Sensory Friendly) Performances
Sponsored by ARCH of Lehigh Valley (Autism Resource Community Hub)
Saturday, July 8, 10 a.m. & Thursday, July 13, 1 p.m.
Relaxed Performance are designed for patrons with Autism Spectrum Disorders and sensory processing challenges. Lighting and sound will be adapted to minimize sensory impact; patrons will have easy access to the lobby during the performance; and concessions will be available during the show. Patrons are welcome to bring sensory tools, cushions, and quiet manipulatives for use during the performance. Visual guides are available to download. These performances are open to the public, but group outings are not available during these performances, except for groups who specifically wish to attend a Relaxed Performance.
Download a Social Story (Visual guide to help your child know what to expect from his or her visit.)
Thursday, July 20, 1 p.m
At Audio-Described performances, a narrator uses a headset system to describe the action on stage to patrons, to allow those with visual impairments to follow the action of the show. Cast members provide a sensory tour prior to the performance, at which they introduce themselves and their voices and pass around key props for audience to hold and feel. To make reservations to use Audio Description services, please contact Jess Bien, the General Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-664-3087. This performance is open to the general public.
Wild doesn't contain any dialogue or singing, so Open Captioning will not be offered for this performance.
Buy tickets now
or call 484-664-3333
June 28 – July 29
*Sat, July 29: 10 a.m. only.
All Tickets: $11
Rest of the Run
All Tickets: $13
Groups of 15+
Nonprofit Groups: $6
Groups, call 484-664-3087