Give Matt Viverito a flying trapeze rig and 25 feet of air, and he'll make it look good. His moves look effortless as he releases into somersault after somersault. His fall becomes a weightless dance -- bouncing once off the net, throwing his limbs to the other side of his body, stabilizing in air - ... More >>
1:30 p.m. Sunday, November 21, at the Hi-Pointe
Three St. Louis-area women take burlesque to new heights
East meets west at the City Museum, and entertainment and cultural exchanges are the happy results
Some people can juggle with one hand tied behind their back. Thirteen-year-old Book Kennison can do it with one foot tied behind his head.
Acrobats bend over backward to foster global understanding
The St. Louis Arches acrobatic troupe delights showgoers