Closing out 2021 with one of the most widely requested aerial duos- Girls Gone Rope! Eve and PJ talk about creating a duo rope act, the difference between festival and contract performing, and the importance of getting rid of Stressica.
Many people dream of running away to join the circus, but today’s guest, who spent 6 years performing with Cirque du Soleil wanted to run away FROM the circus. What happened next was something she never could have imagined.
In 2014, in the middle of her circus career, Erin Ball’s life changed completely when she became a double below the knee amputee. After a year, she began a lifelong process of undoing ableism and sanism within herself and started relearning aerial arts. In this interview, she breaks down what it means to her to be disabled and gives suggestions on how the circus industry can become more accessible.
Ever wondered how circus shows get made? Where do all the ideas and moneys come from? Josh and Lyndsay Aviner, independent producers who make circus shows and have a podcast about making circus shows, join Shannon on this crossover episode.
A question that has plagued many aspiring professional circus artists for YEARS is “how much should I charge for this stuff anyway?” And today, Ileigh Reynolds, artist, event co-ordinator and founder of the online company Circus Boss is here to give you some answers!
As circus artists, do we NEED social media in our lives? That’s the question this interview with Shante Coefield, physical therapist turned online entrepreneur, seeks to answer on this episode. Plenty of actionable tips and tricks to grow your social media presence in this episode (if that’s what you WANT to do.)