Dance troupe Rhythmic Circus will bring holiday cheer to Science & Arts campus

21st season of Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series continues Nov. 11

CHICKASHA, Okla. (Oct. 21, 2021) – The 21st season of the University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma’s acclaimed Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series continues Thursday, Nov. 11, at 7:30 p.m. with internationally-renowned live music and tap dance ensemble Rhythmic Circus.

The quartet of dancers and live band who make up the 12-member troupe will kick-off winter celebrations with their sensational show “Holiday Shuffle.” Families with children of all ages will be amazed and uplifted by this evening of joy and positive messaging through music, dance and humor. This company last performed their show “Feet Don’t Fail Me Now!” during the 15th season of DWPAS.

“This amazing company visited our campus and were immediately fan favorites,” said Katie Davis, professor of theatre arts and executive director of the series. “We couldn’t think of a better group to help us welcome live audiences back to campus. They will again offer a masterclass in tap dance for students and this time we get to enjoy their signature holiday show. Seating is already limited for all shows this season, so don’t wait, tickets are going fast!”

Tickets may be purchased online at usao.edu/dwpas, by calling (405)-574-1211 or at the Science & Arts Business Office in Troutt Hall at a cost of $15 for general admission or $10 for seniors 65+. Thanks to support from the Science and Arts Foundation and Chickasha Public School Foundation, tickets are free for all Science & Arts and K-12 students. Masks are encouraged for all audience members.

Hailing from Minneapolis, Rhythmic Circus’ adrenaline-soaked performances are all about juggling a combination of dancing, humor and music wrapped in a bundle of positive messages. Their magnetic shows bring audiences together, laughing and stomping their feet. Rhythmic Circus has showcased their unique brand of entertainment at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., New York City’s New Victory Theatre, and on the reality TV series “America’s Got Talent.”

The Science & Arts Foundation presents the Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series with support from the Oklahoma Arts Council, Chickasha Public School Foundation, Mid-America Arts Alliance and corporate partners from our community. Its mission is to encourage attendance at high-quality performing arts events as an aspect of a liberal arts education for students, to provide an affordable entertainment resource for our college family and community, and to lead local arts education by presenting relevant and culturally-diverse programming that broadens the aesthetic of our audiences.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit usao.edu/dwpas or call (405) 574-1213.