Lake Kawana, October 2013
Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, April 2013
Woodford Folk Festival, December-January 2012/2013
Running time 55 minutes.
Flipside Circus presents a contemporary circus piece that explores identity, the innocence of youth and the questions we ask ourselves when growing up:
Who am I? What do I want to be? Where will my identity take me?
The cast of 14 performers aged from 9 to 18 will express their ‘identities’ through amazing aerials, acrobatics and other circus favourites.
“I am so amazed by the students’ progress since I joined Flipside over two years ago. I have watched them grow into confident performers who seem to have no boundaries when it comes to their love and learning of circus arts.” – Director Chelsea McGuffin
Director: Chelsea McGuffin
Trainer: Davy Sampford
Performers: Flipside Circus performance troupe
“It is a powerful thing to see young people in such command of their bodies… there is a distinct sense of trust and camaraderie within the group…it is a nothing but a pleasure to watch them work together.” – Lauren Sherritt
“The fresh-faced charm of these energetic youngsters is a grand display of… the innocence of youth and the journey to search for ones’ self.” – Bobbi-Lea Dionysius