Greenbelt in 2012

A photo blog about Greenbelt, Maryland in its 75th anniversary year

Greenbelt Youth Circus Performance

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August 11

Greenbelt’s popular summer youth circus camp is taught by Greg May, a former member of Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus. At the end of the four-week camp, the campers put on a show in the Greenbelt Community Center gym for family members and the general public.

This year’s show is titled “Cinema” and it begins with a roar from the MGM lion.

All performers walk through the audience in an opening parade.

Superheroes on Fabric

The youngest member climbs up.

Jurassic Park

Juggling with James Bond

The light gets dimmer and dimmer.

The Dog Catcher

Acrobots

Monty Python

Easter Bunny joins the fun.

Intergalactic Globes

The first act after intermission is stilt boxing.

“Hey, do you want to fight?”

West Side Story

Lion King Hoops

Mary Poppins

Monsters Under the Bed

Pirates of Buddy Attick Lake

Finale

The director of the circus camp and this show, Greg May, receives a surprise gift—a late night snack.

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Written by eric

August 24, 2012 at 8:00 am

Posted in Annual, Art, Children

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  2. This is Great. Be sure to be there for the 2013 Show “LEGEND” on August 9, 10, and 11

    Hunter W.

    July 31, 2013 at 10:12 pm

  3. […] Through Circus.”  I missed it last year but after seeing Erik Zhang’s photos of it on his Greenbelt 2012 blog, that won’t happen […]


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