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You had an act that was recognisable as Nude juggling same act you perform today, and you took it to the Cirque Nude juggling Demain Jugglihg in Paris. Take us from there to working with Cirque du Soleil and how the act developed along the way. It developed naturally according to the circumstances I was in. My very first serious contract was in the Moulin Nuse. At that time my act was a 3 ball jjuggling and I wore a simple black costume. The stage there is very big, so I added 5 and 7 balls to my routine for the first time jugglung the juggoing changed to fit jugvling venues. The show there is quite erotic, and a jugglinng has to evolve to fit where you work, so the black costume was inappropriate.
Everything was done just to fit into the show. Probably I would say almost 3, shows. Right after I will go to Vegas for 3 months, then to Mexico for couple of months, and then back to Europe. So tell me more about your new project. I cast the talent, bring in directors, choreographers, costume designers etc. We put together a plan for him to become a performer. There will be one team pushing the idea forward towards perfection. Right now I have one student who has just been through this process and will be taking part in Cirque de Demain, and a second student will be ready for the same festival a year later. And I have ideas for a few more acts that will come into being over the next few years.
What is the process you have been through with your first student? I met him a year and a half ago. He was working in an acrobatics troupe as part of Dralion. He told me about his dream to become a solo performer. I saw a great talent in this young boy, so I analysed what he did and brought him into my company to try to do something special. We hired a teacher to work on his technical skill and he moved to Kiev for an intensive year of practice on the new prop.
I visited him every 8 weeks or so to direct and give what we needed, working on new tricks, choosing music and sorting out other details. After a year and a half he was able to do the routines we needed to start creating something special. Juggoing joined me for two months here in Berlin jugglijg we worked non-stop along with a choreographer until we got closer to having an idea for an act. And recently we finalised it: We had a showcase for Princess Stephanie organiser of the Monte Jugglnig Festival and other circus directors and everyone was very happy. Anyone who goes to Cirque de Demain should look out for him: Has this been your dream for a long time?
I never imagined I would teach anything. Having worked so long in the circus industry I know almost everybody and almost everyone knows me by now. I think I have a lot to give, in my head I always have so many ideas that I could never realise them myself. I want to put this touch of myself into the future of circus. I think our world of circus is very beautiful and somewhat magical, but there is still a lot of room to develop and make it better. No, you yourself need to work for years and years on a project that you dream about with a far-off goal… that will turn you into someone unique.
What was it like? At first I was kind of terrified, but I made special preparations and I covered almost everything I wanted. We did artistic and stage work, and I was interested to see how it would go. In fact, it was an experience for me also! But now I know that it is possible and I hope I did a good job.
Only the students could tell you that, though. Next time I would like to divide the jugglers into different ability levels: I found that some of the things I asked the students to do were too hard for most of the group, yet some of them could have gone even further. You had a good reason for every piece of advice you gave. For example, you said: The main point is that if you would practise my way, thinking during the practice the way I do, then you should be able to go on stage and do your same routine but with all those little changes in technique.
Even if it were a lot more uncomfortable for you to juggle, it would look more beautiful for the audience.
I always look at my juggling from the outside, from a distance and all sides, not just what it feels like to me. It might not be that comfortable, even to me! But if you are performing, everything you do is for the audience to see, and the most uncomfortable but beautiful juggling is more important than very comfortable juggling that just looks boring. In a show, no matter how many people are in the audience, for me there are just two — you and them. You must respect them. The connection between you and the audience is the key to success on stage.
A private show will be held Saturday night.
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There is a registration fee, with a student discount. Free for senior citizens. Hits the big time with T-shirts. Saturday performance competition, videotape viewing and Sunday public show. Contact Jay Schroer; Mayhew St. A public show and Club Renegade highlight the weekend, which is hosted by the Stromboli family. No contact, just show up! There is no registration fee, and activities will include workshops, a public stage show, parade, picnic, prize raffles, parties and plenty of open juggling. Providence 3; Columbia MO Competitions Friday night and a variety show on Saturday.
Special guest will be Mike Vondruska. For more information, contact Serge Trempe; J.