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Walking into the enormous yellow and blue striped support tents that surround the grand Cirque du Soleil big top, is like entering a little parallel universe where everyone can fly, leap, spin, and somersault like the world's most impressive animals.
Most of the people in our class are Aboriginal boys, girls, mothers, fathers, cousins" says 20-year-old Molly Meribito. Her family is from the Bundjalung Tribe from the border of Queensland and New South Wales. She got pregnant at 16, and since she
Recent Posts From This Author A little mistake used to mean the difference between gold and silver for gymnast Olli Torkkel, but in his new career as a Cirque du Soleil performer, a little mistake can be rewarding...During his 10-year international
EDT Joe Mandur is inviting experienced and amateur artists to join him and 2,998 others in carving a pole he'll dedicate to teacher and artist Freda Diesing. Photographer John Lehmann paid him a visit recently to check in on his progress.
Sydney on October 28 before seasons in Melbourne (from January 21, 2015), Brisbane (April 10), Adelaide (June 11) and Perth (July 31). And if you think that if you've seen one Cirque show, such as last year's Michael Jackson: The Immortal World ,
A totem pole is standing again outside a performance hall at Peninsula College in Port Angeles. It was rededicated Tuesday after a three-year restoration by Terry Johnson, nephew of the Jamestown S'Klallam artist Brick Johnson who created it in 1971.
A goodwill project to restore an aging Vancouver Island totem pole in Mexico City isn't the first to rub artist Tony Hunt Sr. the wrong way. Hunt said he carved the totem pole under the direction of his grandfather, acclaimed artist Mungo Martin, at
The details of the faces are pretty rough in both mediums, but the new material is clearly more forgivingif less endearingly weird. Still, particularly lucky hires get adorable paper-doll versions of themselves. It could be an apt bit of
Cirque Du Soleil's latest show looks at evolution, from the primordial to the superhuman. The mind-boggling imagination of Cirque du Soleil will again be on display in August when the company brings Totem to Auckland. The big-top show has been seen
Cirque du Soleil is famously protective about the artistic process that goes into its elaborate shows. So it's refreshing to speak with someone like Robert Lepage, the acclaimed Canadian director, who is relatively forthcoming about working for the