PARIS — Mike Miclon’s “The Early Evening Show,” featuring award-winning juggler Cate Great and show regulars Fritz Grobe, Amanda Huotari and the Early Evening Show Orchestra, at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Celebration Barn Theater.
Cate Great blends high-end circus with unique comedy. Whether she is precariously balanced on a rolla bolla or defying gravity balanced on her hands, she charms her audiences with wit while astounding them with skill. 
Cate—a 17-year veteran of circus, stage and street—trained at The Quebec Circus School. She has performed in 11 countries including Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and Dubai as well as most of the United States and Canada. Cate Great has won Busking Champion and Extreme Juggling awards from the International Jugglers’ Association.
The “Early Evening Show’s” wild improvisations, surprise guests and audience interactions have made it the longest-running live variety show in Maine. The Bangor Daily News called it, “a seamless, hilarious production,” and CBS Sunday Morning called it, “must-see reality.”
Tickets to “The Early Evening Show” are $15 for adults, $13 for seniors  (60+), and $10 for kids (17 and under). All tickets are general admission; members receive priority seating. Lobby and concessions open at 6:30 p.m.
Purchasing tickets in advance is strongly recommended. For tickets, go to or call the box office at (207) 743-8452

Celebration Barn Theater is just off Route 117 at 190 Stock Farm Road.

Juggler extaordinaire Cate Great will perform on Mike Miclon’s “Early Evening Show,” on Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Celebration Barn in Paris.

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