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Pink Lemonade

Sweet & Sour Circus

Friday, September 16

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September 16 at 6:00pm

September 16 at 8:00pm

2022 Fringe Festival

70 min


Circus Campus

We want to build a carnival ride of child-like wonder (*BOING BOING BOING* *POP*). Our props and bodies will be manipulated, thrown, flounced, shaped, caught, dropped, flown, rolled, and morphed in order for us to share our thoughts, emotions, memories, and stories (YEEE! HOW EXCITING!).


Our show will focus on playfulness and exploration (NOTHING TOO DEEP OR SERIOUS) utilizing simple story telling, lots of juggling, sky-high aerial ventures, partner movement, stuff resembling dance (WE REALLY TRY…), and standing on each other. We will also bring to life a Candy Land-like landscape as we assemble our curious original set designs on stage during the show (BUT YOU CAN’T EAT THE ARCHITECTURE!). Much akin to Legos, we build whatever prop or play thing we think we want or need in the moment while taking care of and entertaining our audience (YAY! *CLAPS*).

This show is presented as a double feature with Pocketbook Diaries.  Buy one ticket and see both shows!

Appropriate for all ages

This show is presented as part of Circus Campus Presents. Circus Campus, established in 2017, fosters a tight-knit community of teachers, students, performers, and creators. Its inaugural Philadelphia Fringe Festival hub showcases the skills and variety of these incredible people. Visit their beautifully restored church facility in leafy-green West Mt. Airy, directly adjacent to Upsal Station. Learn more at

Content Considerations

Just a lot of pink: BEWARE

Health & Safety

Audience members may choose to wear masks at this event, but they are not required. Vaccination cards will not be checked.




Jenny Kinzel; an aerial artist. Joshua Lee; a ground based juggler of sorts. Together; organized chaos.


About the Artist

Jenny; an aerial artist. Josh; a non-aerial juggler of sorts. Together; organized chaos. Having met first year at circus school and surviving the dreaded plague together, they thought, “well, that was stupid (sour), let’s make a show together (sweet).” Here we are.