SHOWCASE 2015! March 28, 2015




Photo Credit: TaSin Sabir

Featuring over 100 talented Oakland youth from Prescott Circus Theatre programs at Prescott, Lafayette, Laurel, Piedmont Ave., Manzanita Community, Manzanita SEED, Korematsu, and Parker Schools.

with Special Guests
stars from the Oakland Spirit Orchestra!

SATURDAY, March 28th
11:00am & 1:30pm

Oakland Technical High School
4351 Broadway, Oakland  94609
enter on 42nd St.

click the photo to view a slide show of past Showcase photos!

We proudly welcome all to our 2015 Showcase performances on Saturday, March 28th at Oakland Technical High School. Over 100 talented Oakland youth will demonstrate their talents and skills in two spectacular shows guaranteed to amaze and inspire. The hard working 3rd-5th grade students will perform juggling, acrobatics, stilt dancing, clowning, unicycle, hambone body percussion, hip-hop dance, balancing acts and much more. Performances will feature the Prescott Circus Performance Company from Prescott Elementary School in West Oakland and students from after school programs at Lafayette, Laurel, Manzanita SEED, Manzanita Community, Parker, Korematsu, and Piedmont Avenue Elementary Schools. The performances will again include accompaniment from the Oakland Spirit Orchestra, featuring talented young musicians from 5 West Oakland public schools.

Oakland Spirit Orchestra (OSO) is a thirty-piece band that features talented kids from Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary, Lafayette Elementary, West Oakland Middle School, Westlake Middle School, and Montera Middle School. The kids construct their own arrangements, write their own music, and improvise.  The aim of OSO is to uplift the spirits of the world through music and kindness.  For more information visit their Facebook page:

Contact us for more information: info(at) or 510-967-0355

This event is funded, in part, by the City of Oakland Cultural Funding Program, Oakland Fund for Children and Youth, the East Bay Community Foundation, Cirque du Soleil, the Clorox Company Foundation, and many other generous foundations and individuals.

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