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Here are a few Pics from a Student Showcase at Aerial Fit in Charleston

Every few months, my friends at Aerial Fit put on a student showcase to show off all the hard work they put into becoming some of the most graceful athletes I’ve ever met. 42 more words

Random Musings

Like Wednesday Class, Only Bigger

Posted a day late, again. Posted two days late, because apparently I am increasingly able to remember complex modern dance combinations involving crazy nameless movements, but I can’t remember to change the status of a single post from “Draft” to “Publish.” … 624 more words


Choreography Workshop #1

But first, a few thoughts on teaching.

I gave our Sunday class an exercise with temps-lie (in open fourth) today, and they rocked it out. 672 more words


Closer by Circa - 17th April 2016, Udderbelly Festival (London Southbank)

Mesmerizing and beautiful, this headlining circus/acrobatics show is a stunning must see and a deserved headliner of this year’s Udderbelly festival.


The Udderbelly festival on London’s Southbank is an annual performing arts festival which has run since 2009 and features music, comedy, cabaret, circus and spoken word performances in the a now iconic upside down purple cow. 501 more words

Easy Trapezey...Allegedly [Chicago Edition]

Now, on to one of the most exciting events from last weekends bachelorette party. We took a trapeze class at the Trapeze School New York (TSNY) 239 more words

Flying through the air with the greatest unease

It’s not every day that you get to try out something you’ve only ever seen performed at a circus! When I assembled the kids on the couch to announce that my sister had arranged for them to have a trapeze lesson over their spring break, this was their reaction: 655 more words


Wednesday: Killer Class with All the Fondu;Trapeze 2, Day 1

Not gonna lie — I’m cooked.

One of the company dancers who I hadn’t encountered in class before came today (we’ll call him Company B, because using initials fails when everyone in your life has names beginning with B or T), and that was excellent, since he’s one of the dancers I try to emulate (it turns out that he’s also really nice). 386 more words