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Circo de Cristal Circus Performers Choose Role to Suit Their Personality

CRISTAL Poster Circo

By Leonora Gabucio

The circus world is a rich one. You get to know many different personalities, cultures, traditions, and languages.

You may see the same discipline—such as trapeze—but you will never ever see the same performance twice, even if done by the same person. All artists bring their own personality, looks, tricks, even beliefs into their performances—from how they enter the stage to how they walk to how they dress to how they address the audience.

Do they look into your eyes, acknowledge you, and invite you into their world? Or do they play in their own little world, almost not knowing you are there?

Are you amazed? Intrigued? Bored?

A lot depends on the performer and how they choose to share their act, their art, their self.

You will have a glimpse of their biography and personality in their performance.

Are they outgoing, daring? Do they love speed and become motorcycle daredevils in the globe of death, racing at breakneck speed inside a huge metal cage?

Are they more serious? Do they love science and understanding how things work? Then they pursue magic.

Do they absolutely adore working out and showing off their muscles to the world? Then the  strongman post is clearly for them!

Do they love flying up high in a cloud of glitter? Then trapeze is the answer.

I could go on and on.

The sky—or more like the big top—is the limit!

Artists can be who they truly are on the circus stage. They can be their best self and have the world as their witness. But this is not a one-way street. What would performers be without their audience? And you, as a spectator, what do you feel? What does their performance bring out in you? Each one of you witnessing the very same performance might experience very different emotions.

What do you think our performance will teach you about who you are? For a whole hour, you will have the opportunity to identify with one or more of these experiences and find out a little more about yourself. And who knows? An unknown talent might spring out.

Come and find out!

 

Cirque Theater Show

“Circo de Cristal”

Fri, Dec 14, 6pm

Sat, Dec 15, 5pm

El Sindicato

Recreo 4, Centro

100 pesos

Doors open one hour prior to each show

 

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