Fransisco Cruz went from flipping around with his friends to touring some of the top stages in the world with his friends. While on the surface, his path seems like one of straight forward success, this interview reveals the twists, turns, and trials of an acrobat.
If you’re an aerialist or pole artist who has ever been injured (or tried to pretend you weren’t) this episode is for you! Dr. Simone Muscat is a physical therapist who specifically treats our tiny and extraordinary subset of the population.
After studying and working for companies in Montreal, Canada, aerialist Sabine returned to her hometown of Capetown, South Africa during the pandemic. In collaboration with students from Zip-Zap Circus, friends from school, and her father, Sabine created a fabulous made-for-video circus show, called Moya. Check it out by following this link: https://www.quicket.co.za/events/131310-moya-an-acrobatic-art-film/#/
Rachel Strickland is an artist and business coach who helps creative entrepreneurs. She runs The Audacity Project, a program for creatives who want to step up their game, but what makes her so special is she comes from the world of circus, so she knows what it’s all about.
John Gilkey’s influential performance style defined Cirque du Soleil’s clowning style. This interview is a funny, upbeat, and surprising look at how this comedy master transforms himself and his students in ways both ridiculous and sublime.