Circus Skills Demo and Workshops

Have you ever wanted to run away to the circus? Now's your chance! Watch as professional troupe Circus Foundry demonstrates juggling, hooping, and partner acrobatics. Then join in the fun in workshops where you can learn and practice these skills. Workshops are free and fun for the whole family!

Family-Friendly
75 minutes
KidsFringe, Family-friendly, Circus, Outdoor
RiNo Art Park Community Hub
1900 35th St, Denver, CO 80216

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Bethel Lindsley had the opportunity to work in large scale productions all over the world.  She was a part of the creation cast as a specialty performer in The Han Show for Franco Dragone, featured performer and aerial coordinator for Royal Caribbean performing in contracts on the Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas, Black Widow for Feld Entertainment’s Marvel Universe Live, performer in Holidaze by Cirque Dreams, acrobat for Cirque Mechanics and Bill Brown Entertainment, and most recently has been offered a contract with Cirque du Soleil.  Denver is her hometowner where she has undertaken leadership roles in a variety of local companies as a coach, performer, choreographer, producer, and director.  All of these events have led her to co-creating Circus Foundry.  By combining her knowledge of acrobatics and circus from around the world, Circus Foundry is able to bring quality ensemble circus and storytelling to theaters, festivals, corporate events, and more!

Anthony Cummings always had a love for math, logic, and puzzles which culminated in an interest in juggling.  He decided to run away and join a circus. by participating in a professional training program for circus artists.  After graduating he began performing with several local companies in Colorado such as  Lumina Entertainment, The Clocktower Cabaret, Rainbow Militia, and many more.  Anthony has worked in large scale productions for Royal Caribbean on the Oasis of the Seas where he was an acrobat, aerialist, and juggler.  After returning to his hometown, Denver, from a successful contract he co-founded Circus Foundry where he acts as Technical Director, Performer, and Coach.

Bryan Connolly was born both whimsical and bloodthirsty. Naturally this dichotomy led to a career in the circus. It began by learning to juggle from Jon Wee of the Passing Zone, and quickly escalated to acrobatics, stunt work, acting, dance, and worst of all, street theatre. By the time he received his Bachelor’s degree for Theatre Performance from Colorado State University, there was no turning back. He was committed to a life of circus. He has now performed in a plethora of circus shows with Cirque Dreams, Circus Foundry, The Clocktower Cabaret, Rainbow Militia, Borillo Entertainment, even toured with a professional jousting company for a while, and is the second-in-command at Knights of the Tempest. Bryan the great circus knight will continue to find occasion to bewilder audiences far and wide.

Since the age of eight Cassidy Vallin has always loved the thrill of performing. She began her journey with the Snowflake Circus, a local student program in Evergreen Colorado. From there, her love for the athleticism and artistry that circus brought only flourished. She specializes in all things trapeze, but studies most all aerial disciplines. Circus has pulled her all over the country from Las Vegas to Montreal training with Cirque Du Soleil coaches and performing with companies such as Young Circus Professionals, Circus Foundry, and Iluminar TOO. Her love for the art form has only grown as she discovered other facets of circus including partner acrobatics, dance, hula hooping, and chinese pole. The love she has for the circus has not wavered since the little girl entered that gym years ago.

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RiNo Art Park Community Hub

1900 35th St, Denver, CO 80216

Entrance: The Community Hub is at the north end of the RiNo Art Park (1900 35th St.)

Parking: There is a parking garage one block away at the corner of 36th and Delgany St. and parking at the 38th and Blake St. light rail station as well as street parking

Accessibility: The Community Hub is wheelchair accessible; there will be portalets near the Hub

Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show