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Le Cirque de la Nuit Canada | The Creative Process

From TEDxYYC 2018

Le Cirque de la Nuit Canada | The Creative Process

Step right up and dive into a world unlike anything seen before. Let your mind wander and your senses guide you as you embark on a wild and twisted adventure beyond the big top curtain and into the hidden world of Le Cirque de la Nuit.

Established in 2013, Le Cirque de la Nuit is a one of a kind creative collective based out of Calgary, Alberta that specializes in the development and execution of truly immersive and memorable performance based experiences. Cirque brings together the very best performers from across Canada and merges their talents with generous creative capacity for production, choreography, custom made props, decor, costumes, music and visual effects, creating a multidimensional experience.

Over the past 5 years Le Cirque de la Nuit has produced over 15 unique performance productions as well as a multitude of appearances at special events, corporate functions and festivals across Canada. They couldn’t be more excited to make their debut at TEDxYYC.

Featuring: Body Art Motion (Tanya Lee, Rachael Blake, Amy Burlano), Jennifer Chelsea (Wolf Flow), Jenny Sager, Kate Ryan, Jai Benteau, Landon Waters (Mr. Waters), and Tony Esteves (Talk2MorePeople). General Manager: Kelley Matley. Soundtrack by Adam Blanchard aka Smol Beats.

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