Omnicircus

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The Omnicircus was a theater, gallery and performance art space that was established in 1992 by Frank Garvey in San Francisco, California.[1]

Omnicircus was home to Garvey’s ensemble as well as being an installation of his films, paintings, sculptures, music, photographs, and robots.[2] . The OmniCircus shows integrated live acting, music, dance and filmography with sophisticated mechanical actors and midi-controlled, computer animated (VIRpt) performers.

The OmniCircus was forced to leave its space early in 2015.[3]

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