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Join the Staff of the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts this Earth Day to raise awareness for our planet through Circus.  All proceeds will be donated to Environmental Defense Fund.

On Saturday, April 22, 2017 Philadelphia School of Circus Arts Staff will celebrate Earth Day with Plant Us at PSCA in Germantown. Curated by Rachel Lancaster, Plant Us takes the audience of all ages on a circus journey of celebration and awareness for our beautiful home planet earth. Amazed viewers will see breathtaking and delightful acts on Double Trapeze, Sling, Group Acrobatics, Clowning, Lyra, Balance Jack, and a special opening act  from PSCA’s Youth Troupe.   

All proceeds will be donated to Environmental Defense Fund. Spend this year’s Earth Day with some of the most amazing and talent humans on the planet while contributing to a  wonderful cause!   

About Environmental Defense Fund:

Environmental Defense Fund’s mission is to preserve the natural systems on which all life depends. Guided by science and economics, we find practical and lasting solutions to the most serious environmental problems. What distinguishes Environmental Defense Fund is the combination of what we protect and how we protect it.

Appropriate for all ages

Adults: $12

Youth (4-17 years): $8

3 years & under: Free

Saturday 3/22: 3:30pm & 8pm



Nicole Burgio – Duo single point trapeze

Luna Deasy – Duo single point  trapeze, contortion

Lauren Feldman – Duo Trapeze

Megan Gendall – Duo Trapeze

Karen Ladd – Fabric

Rachel Lancaster – Jack, Group Fabric

Eric Michaels – Straps

Christine Morano – Jack, Group Fabric

Noa Schnitzler- Single point trapeze

Shannon Sexton – Lyra, Group Fabric

Allison Watman – Sling

Guest Performance by Almanac


A Length of Rope

A Length of Rope is a contemporary circus show about the intersections we come to in life. Using aerial arts, acrobatics and puppetry, it examines the choices we make, the relationships we form, and the many paths we take.

May 12th 7:30pm

Tickets by donation