The next generation of circus artists in 2 shows!
Où vont les fleurs? the 2019 graduating class show | from May 29 to June 9, 2019 at TOHU
The show marks the culmination of three years of training as part of their college-level specialized education in the circus arts. Appealing to a wide audience, this annual event centre ring at Tohu has become a must-see for circus aficionados: spectacular, contemporary, and bursting with emotion! Directed by Alain Francoeur, assisted by Marie-Josée Gauthier.
Triptyque show of 2nd year students | from June 3 to June 8, 2019 at the School studio Chapiteau
Three short creations created by Marc Béland, Ismaël Mouaraki and Edgar Zendejas. This new format is intended as a laboratory, a space for research and creation with a decidedly contemporary approach. The Chapiteau studio at the School provides an intimate setting, ideal for discovering the circus in scaled-down form. The show runs 75 minutes. Accessible for all!
"The National Circus School’s end-of-year shows (…) are excellent examples of the level of quality found in the Montreal circus."
- La Presse
"Circus has a very different look in Canada and beyond, a phenomenon that can be credited in good part to the National Circus School…"
- The Globe and Mail, Toronto