On April 20, Infinity Hall in Norfolk will feature the renowned performing artists Michael Moschen and Bob Berky in a special benefit show.  Michael Moschen is ranked as one of the world’s leading jugglers and one of America’s most visionary performing artists.  He has transformed an ancient circus art into a mesmerizing concert form, that has garnered critical acclaim as “genius,” “exhilarating virtuoso entertainment” and “flawless purity” from leading media such as the Los Angeles Times and The New York Times and been greeted with acclaim in every country and audiences of all ages.  Bob Berky is a clown — a theatrical clown, using only physical movement, the power of suggestion, and the somehow understandable blurtings of a kazoo to convey his madcap messages. As the Washington Post described Mr. Berky’s work, “Some liken his style to those of Marcel Marceau, Red Skelton and Danny Kaye, but I see him as part outlandish Robin Williams, part poke-fun-at-herself Lucille Ball.”  The artists have appeared together before, in a show called “The Alchemedians,” which was produced off-Broadway and toured worldwide.  Their show on April 20 will support the river protection and restoration projects of the Farmington River Watershed Association.

The Springtime Revel with Michael Moschen and Bob Berky will be on April 20, 7:30 PM at Infinity Hall, 20 Greenwoods Road, West Norfolk, CT 06058.  For tickets and information, contact Infinity Hall at (860) 542-5531 or

The Farmington River Watershed Association, founded in 1953, is a private, non-profit, conservation organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the Farmington River and its

609 square mile watershed that spans 33 towns in CT and MA.

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