Monthly Archives: June 2014

  • Every year in late May or early June, Jews around the world celebrate Shavuot, commemorating when the Israelites received the ten commandments at the foot of Mount Sinai in the middle of the desert. For the past four years, a crowd of 500 acro enthusiasts have also chosen to spend their Shavuot in the desert […]

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  • As you might know if you’ve dropped by our FB or our mission page lately, the whole point of our collective efforts with Circus Now is to support the spread of circus culture while fostering community among people who love and do circus. Which is why, today, we’re through-the-moon excited to announce what we think is a big step […]

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  • Why is contemporary circus so often less dramaturgically rigorous than dance? Dance sometimes seems like Circus’ sophisticated older sister—more confident, fully-formed, less desperate to please. Maybe by closely observing the differences between the circus world and the dance world, we can bring circus out of its extended adolescence. Is there a problem in circus education? […]

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