via Vadim Golub
tumbling, tramp, diving, acrobatics, circus, cheer, dance, martial arts, X sports …
November 28th, 2014 — Circus
November 18th, 2014 — Circus
Lords of Gravity, out of Budapest, are a basketball slam dunk and TrampoWall team formed 2012.
This is the best tramp basketball edit I’ve ever seen.
Two new attractions are coming.
Resort developer Grupo Vidanta plans to build a Cirque du Soleil theme park in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico. The partners are targeting a 2018 opening.
… An outdoor evening show will accommodate 3,000 to 5,000 spectators. …
Grupo Vidanta and Cirque already have collaborated on “Joya,” a Cirque du Soleil show making its debut on Nov. 21 at the new 600-seat Vidanta Theater near the Grand Mayan Riviera Maya resort.
related – teaser VIDEO for Joya (near Cancun)
Have you heard the term?
Even when I was a trampolinist in the late 1970s we called any multiple somersault with a kick open (crazy, by the way) in the middle a Coca-Cola. I have no idea how that slang got started.
Here’s a good example.
November 10th, 2014 — Circus
The Cyr wheel (also known as the roue Cyr, mono wheel, or simple wheel) is an acrobatic device popularized in the early 21st century. It consists of a single large, metal hoop and is similar in some ways to a German wheel, with the acrobat spinning inside the wheel while maneuvering around the stage. …
The cyr wheel was further popularized as a circus skill by numerous acrobats and circus artists during the 1990s and later by Daniel Cyr in 2003, who presented the first cyr wheel circus act at the 2003 Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain in Paris. … Cyr claims he created it without any awareness of previous similar devices …
A beautiful edit.
For the Cast renewal of the fantastic water show in Macau will be auditioning in Miami.
October 26th, 2014 — Circus
This is for real.
… that’s Rene Casselly, this act won gold at the Monte Carlo circus festival two years ago.
(via Hal Halverson)
Eight artists cross paths in the Tournik Act from Corteo which marries horizontal bar techniques with circus arts. The artists perform on a central cube-shaped structure, with two additional bars on each side of the cube. The various parts of the structure turn, sometimes all in the same direction, sometimes in opposite directions… just to keep everyone on their toes!
Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.
Good and crazy Bar workers, male and female, are pretty much constantly in demand by Cirque du Soleil. If you coach such an athlete, contact Casting for more information.