A show of acrobatics, comedy and music will debut Monday at Lagoon Amusement Park in Farmington.
"Bosque" is a show by Cirque Innosta, a Denver-based troupe that promises "a world where anything is possible."
The show includes a contortionist, hand-to-hand juggling, men juggling each other using only their feet, women on unicycles catching and stacking bowls on their heads, women juggling drums with their feet, and a clown who acts as the story’s central character.
The show debuts Monday, and will be performed seven days a week at 5, 7 and 9 p.m. The show is covered by Lagoon’s All-Day Passport.
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