Monthly Archives: January 2015

  • Our first webinar left many of us buzzing in conversation and with several questions to explore, so we are going in for round 2 on Sunday, February 15 at 4pm PST / 7pm EST. We will delve into some expanded topics aimed at establishing yourself as a well-rounded artist. Will you decide to quit or keep the day job? How […]

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  • As a circus writer based in central England, one of my biggest surprises this summer was discovering Origin at Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Origin is a work of aerial – and structural – physical theatre by students of Louisiana State University. Not only was I impressed that the company had managed to make it all the way […]

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  • “I want to know how this guy gets to close down traffic for hours to do this stunt.” “How much did this cost the city?” “Who in their right mind would want to walk across a wire 600 feet above the city?” That was just some of the talk heard around the Chicago loop and […]

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  • Dr. Janet Davis, circus society expert and associate professor in the Department of American Studies at University of Texas Austin, chronicles the historical significance of the female big top performer as a durable champion of women’s rights by bringing to life the posters featured in the ‘Ladies of the Ring’ exhibit, running through Feb. 2nd […]

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