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A Tour-de-Force One Man Circus!
Action packed with merriment, magic, mentalism and mind-blowing stunts!
Michael DuBois’ Solo Circus is one of the hottest and most talked-about entertainment acts in the United States. This riveting one-man circus is a fast paced, audience interactive variety show featuring an all-original presentation of magic, juggling, mentalism, circus & sideshow stunts all wrapped in a blanket of Comedy!
Michael has been studying the art of magic and juggling since he was a young boy, dreaming to one day revolutionize the art of variety entertainment. Now, his dream is a reality; proof positive that a with determination and discipline anything can happen! Apart from Michael Dubois’ National TV appearances, the Solo Circus has performed at over 450 educational institutions across the country, spreading his message of empowerment.
The highly original show features the most technical and exciting elements of the circus all in a one-person act. From straight-jackets to unicycles, Michael Dubois promises to entertain with his high-energy, hilarious spin on the classic variety show. The young artist was featured on the front cover of Campus Activities Magazine and was the featured entertainment for NBC’s “Up Front” event at Rockefeller in NYC, performing for Tina Fey, Conan O’Brien, and Brooke Shields.
The one of a kind show features the most technical and exciting elements of the circus all in a one-person act. From straight-jackets to unicycles, Michael Dubois promises to entertain with his high-energy, hilarious spin on the classic variety show.
Don't miss this chance to see TV phenomenon, Michael Dubois and a performance that is sure to mystify and inspire!
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Some thoughts from Michael:
"I fell in love with the circus when I was four at Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey," said DuBois, "and became a full-time performer when I graduated from Penn State in 2004." DuBois had his first taste of success when he won a talent show during his junior year of college. "I knew then that I was good enough to make a career out of performing," DuBois said.
"Most (tricks) come straight from my head, or are variations of old vaudeville tricks," DuBois said. "My favorite performer is Pee Wee Herman."
In a career based on thrills, DuBois has had some of his own, including performing twice on Jay Leno's television programs. "Leno was great, and a very exciting experience," DuBois said. "I did "The Tonight Show" back in 2004, so getting to be on his new show, "The Jay Leno Show", felt great. "The real highlight is being able to do what I love for a career," DuBois said.