Special to The Dallas Examiner
Described as “hip hop under the Big Top,” UniverSoul Circus is coming to Dallas Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 6:15 p.m. Circus performers will provide a sneak peek at the Nash-Davis Recreation Center, 3710 N. Hampton Road. Come experience jaw-dropping stunts and acrobats, aerodynamic aerialists, fire breathers, stilt dancers and the ultimate pageantry and flair! The critically acclaimed circus offers a show-stopping cultural celebration of global acts, urban music, dance and laughter, all infused with Soul’s spirit, style and swagger.
On the second night, UniverSoul officially launches with all kinds of fanfare including the 85-member marching band from Dallas ISD’s David W. Carter High School who will perform outside as guests arrive and then march into the center ring. Dallas City Councilmember Tennell Atkins and the Reverend Tommy Brown, president of the Dallas Baptist Minister Union, will serve as guest ringmasters.
Enjoyed by more than 25 million people from around the world, UniverSoul is a highly interactive combination of circus arts, theater and music that spans genres including pop, classic R&B, Latin, hip hop, jazz and gospel. It embraces the unique and familiar aspects of pop culture globally by bringing them center stage with a cast of international performers.Rated as one of the top live family acts in America along with Cirque du Soleil, UniverSoul’s fresh approach to family-friendly live entertainment has garnered it a coveted spot as one of Ticketmaster’s top 10 most requested family events