ODESSA, Texas (Big 2/ Fox 24) – In the parking lot of the Ector County Coliseum, the show must go on. Paranormal Cirque is ready to go and open for business, but not without the correct safety measures provided by the CDC.
Manager of Paranormal Cirque Olivia Mattice says “As long as we are all respecting each other’s limits, and follow the CDC guidelines, we should never run into any problems.”
The show consists of contortionists, high flying acrobatics and a slew of creepy, costumed characters. All of them are social distancing and staying as safe as possible.
Performer Ben Holland sees them disinfecting their performing tent every day. “I watch everything go down. Everybody’s complying with the rules; everybody’s doing a great job”
Paranormal Cirque will require everyone to wear a mask and to practice social distancing while attending their shows. They’ve installed plexiglass dividers at concessions stands and will be continually sanitizing all surfaces.
While keeping people safe is the priority, Mattice says “we’re here to make you laugh and we really just want to keep our audience in awe and wondering”
Paranormal Cirque will be in Odessa until August 9. Tickets can be purchased online ahead of time to avoid waiting in lines.