Multiple award winners Reid Belstock and Warren Hammond, returns to Austin with technical hilarity. Described as "A nicely matched pair of performers with a deep bag of tricks," by Juggle Magazine, their juggling and slapstick antics explode off the stage to fill the largest auditorium.
Professional circus artist and trainer Tana Karo/”Tank” holds a Bachelors in Circus Arts from NICA and Fashion Design from SAIC. She is creator, producer and costume designer of Acrobatica Infiniti Circus, performs dance trapeze, foot juggling, and fire eating and has been featured with circus and burlesque festivals in Tasmania, Melbourne, Amsterdam, London and the U.S. and has headlined for several cruise liners. Photo: Melanie Bert
Zak McAllister (Texas) and Delaney Bayles (Utah) took the Gold Metal in the 2019 IJA Teams Championships and both will be graduating from the Circadium School of Contemporary Circus (Philadelphia) in 2020.
After winning Best Technical Award in the 2012-2014 Texas Revue Talent competition at University of Texas, diabolo (chinese yoyo) master Thomas Gu graduated from U.T. and taught high school in Japan. He has recently left teaching to focus on performing and coaching tennis in Texas.
Cate Great, long time veteran of circus, stage and street, brings her delightful balancing, juggling and rolla bolla skills back to Austin. She trained at The Quebec Circus School and has performed in eleven different countries including: Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and Dubai as well as most of the United States and Canada.
20 year French circus veteran Cyril Rabbath has traveled the world, winning medals, teaching, speaking and performing at circus & burlesque festivals, television, theater productions and Cirque du Soleil's Dralion. Cyril currently lives in Chicago.