Friendly farm animals grazed outside of the giant and colorful tents, which were located right off of a parking lot at Chesterfield Mall (though the location seemed a world away from civilization). A fire juggler and a mystifying crystal ball twirler entertained the curious spectators before dinner and the show.
Upon entering the tent, cozy round tables laced with salads, bread and drinks surrounded a large stage rigged with trapezes and ropes, and the sound of live music -- from strings and drums -- filled the air. write my essay for me The show itself was an acrobatic and comedic take on the circle of love and it weaved itself into the audience by including characters disguised as a waitress or an audience member. The high-flying acts were an incredible sight to witness and the perfect way to top off a great night of dinner-theater.
All photos by Virginia Harold.