St. Louis Arches circus troupe returns from trip to Puerto Rico
Lions, tigers and … unicyclists, oh my! Circus performers are known for juggling many acts, but the St. Louis Arches can add humanitarian efforts to their repertoire as well.
On Friday’s St. Louis on the Air, Jessica Hentoff, the artistic and executive director of Circus Harmony, joined host Don Marsh for a discussion about the St. Louis Arches' trip to Puerto Rico, where the effects of Hurricane Maria are still felt. The trip was part of the Peace Through Pyramids program, which aims to use circus as a way to unite children throughout the world.
Ari Maayan also joined the conversation. He is a unicyclist who’s been with the troupe for several years.
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