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The costumes behind Carnival of the Animals

“I adore costuming for Circa’s creations and designing for Circa’s Carnival to the Animals was no exception. It was a brilliant and welcome challenge to create designs for young audiences that were playful and captivating yet sophisticated and still able to be worn when performing a variety of highly skilled acrobatics. When creating the costume …

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Landscape with Monsters creative development

January, 2015 Set in an industrial wasteland, Landscape with Monsters will be a large-scale show where Circa’s acrobats will work with a local choir to explore the emotional highs and lows of post-industrial communities faced with uncertainty and change. Throughout the 2-week creative development period in January in Wollongong, Circa’s artists collaborated with local artists, …

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2015 Artistic Statement by Yaron Lifschitz

January 2015 Every year begins with a mixture of excitement and terror. Excitement at the new creations we have to make (5 this year), the in-repertoire work we will tour (to at least 13 countries this year), the new collaborations, new people and new places. And terror at the responsibility of making every show and workshop something …

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Win a pass to our Circa Fit Bootcamp

June 2015 For your chance to win a pass to our new Circa Fit Bootcamp  simply email us at making sure you include the answer to the question (listed in Circa’s current Enews) and your contact details for your chance to win. Not receiving our Enews? Subscribe here to enter the competition… Term and Conditions …

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A note from Yaron Lifschitz

December, 2014 When a young artist arrives at Circa, their training involves much more than acrobatics. As they learn to do new and amazing things with their bodies, they also learn about mushrooms and fungus, spreading delight and 4-Space Theory. They learn that they are part of something extraordinary – as is any arts organisation …

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Circa is based in Meanjin (Brisbane) on the lands of the Jagera and Turrbal people. We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the many lands on which we create and perform. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
Always was. Always will be.