Jamie Adkins is a one-man circus virtuoso. Slack wire, juggling, acrobatics, and comedy all fall under his umbrella of finely honed circus skills that are sure to entertain people of all ages. In Circus Incognitus, Jamie is the vulnerable everyman, who has just written a terrific show. He wanders onto stage with the new show in a box, delighted to find the audience ready waiting. Knowing he has just the thing, Jamie struggles to build the scene around him using everyday objects. Things go awry as his props prove most unhelpful: his ladder disintegrates under foot! He wrangles an animated chair, tussles with a pesky hat, negotiates a precarious slack wire and juggles almost everything. Jamie began his career at the age of 13 in San Diego, California, where he delighted passers-by as a street performer, and later he joined the Pickle Family Circus in San Francisco and Cirque Éloize in Montreal. RATING: Clowning around fun. Tickets go on sale April 21. Tickets cost $6 for BYU-Idaho Students/ $12 for General Public. No children under four. Classroom dress.