Since you can’t come into the theater to be entertained, Circa ’21 is taking the show outside to you. That’s right – on Sunday, June 21, Circa will be doing a musical cabaret where the performers will be singing from the top of the marquee!

According to Circa’s Brett Hitchcock, “We’ve never done anything like this in our 43 year history! We will have tables and chairs set up in the street for you to enjoy this first ever “Music On The Marquee” Cabaret! It’s also your first chance to come out and support the theater since closing in March. The show will feature cast members from Saturday Night Fever, our Bootleggers, and other beloved members from the theater. The show will be emceed by WQAD Eric Sorensen!

“Because of COVID-19 rules, we cannot have mixed parties at tables. Therefore, we are only allowing parties of 4 and 6 to make reservations. Parties of 1.2,3 etc will not be permitted. One person in the party must order online and pay for the entire group. Sorry for the inconvenience. All Illinois distancing rules will be in place. Tables will be at a 6 ft separation and everyone is asked to bring a mask to wear.

“Chef Tony will be outside grilling so come hungry, and bar service will be available!”

Tickets are $12 in advance, $14 Day of Show; Doors open at 5 p.m. / Show begins at 6 p.m.

Reservations will only be accepted online. Go to circa21.com and click the BUY TICKETS link next to the show.
Phone reservations are not available for this show.

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