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January 17, 2013

Comedy Pet Theater

ROCHESTER —Twenty-six extraordinary talented pets perform amazing tricks and skits, when the curtain rises at the Rochester Opera House for the Popovich Comedy Pet Theater on Sat., February 9 at 7:00 p.m. International award winning circus performer Gregory Popovich wows audiences with the awe-inspiring antics of his world-famous menagerie of adorable cats, dogs and birds. The unique comedy, combined with the astounding juggling skills of Mr. Popovich, is a delightful evening of entertainment for kids, teens, families and adults.

Popovich rescues all of his pet stars from animal shelters across the country. When asked how he trains his dogs and cats, he explains, “Each animal has a special quirky thing they naturally like to do. I figure out what this trick or talent is, and then I just encourage them to do it in my show. When my pets are performing, they are showing off their favorite tricks!

Tickets are $25.00/$27.00 and $32.00 (Premium). Reserve tickets online at www.rochesteroperahouse.com or call/stop by the box office 603-335-1992, Mon., Wed. and Fri., from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and two hours before the show.

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