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The TRC returns with a new show that will carry you into the stars. See us September 12, 13, and 14 in our third annual production.
The Traveling Rhubarb Circus has returned for a third time with another combination of theater and circus. When a grandfather's story takes new life, his two grandchildren will get to explore the realm of the stars. They will meet Cassiopeia, the queen of the stars, and the people of her noble court, such as Orion, Perseus, and the Pleiades. When Corvus the crow steals Cassiopeia's crown, it is up to the children to save the day!