Bethlehem: Mask Family Theater to Present Animal Ensemble

Actor Nick Carrano portrays a proud, talented hairdresser in Animal Ensemble, the Masque Family Theater’s show slated for 5 p.m. Sunday, September 6, on the acre hillside of the 550 Gallery, 550 Main St. South, Bethlehem.

BETHLEHEM — The Masque Family Theater will perform its show, Animal Ensemble, at 5 p.m. Sunday, September 6, on the acre hillside of the 550 Gallery, 550 Main St. South.

Grounds open at 4 p.m. with guides to help those attending to a 12-foot circle or a six-foot solo or couple circle, in accordance with Covid-19 guidelines.

Picnics and sun umbrellas are welcome.

The show uses a circus theme. Puppies play. Lion trainers trick. And monkey business ensues.

The mask, one of the oldest human tools, is recorded in the oldest known cave paintings. 

From religious ceremonies to myths and symbols masks still provide us, in the digital age of the 21st century, a means of communication, face to face. 

Tickets available online at $10 per person; $25 for a family of five or less at and clicking on events.

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