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Posted by: Circus Smirkus
Posted on: Oct. 02, 2018
Category: Circus Camp
Type: In Person
Road Show is an audition-based program.

A video showcasing your camper’s skills and personality is the only audition requirement this year. All campers must submit an audition video for this program.

Who Should Apply:

Road Show is a group of 12 campers, ages 13 to 18, who perform for organizations around Vermont, such as nursing homes, childcare centers, farmer’s markets, other camps, a Church Street performance, and other outdoor festivals. Those selected for this vigorous and rewarding program work closely as a group with coaches to produce a 30-minute show.

How The Session Is Structured:

During the first week and a half of intense training, campers will spend mornings, afternoons and evenings creating their show.

Approximately mid-second week, campers start to perform 2-3 shows per day for varying audiences, working in the evenings to improve their show and enjoying open tent time.

This program does not include aerials, so acrobatics, clowning and/or juggling skills are required. Dinner dress-up, free time with your friends, and other fun camp activities are included!
Date: July 28, 2019 -
Aug. 16, 2019

12:00 am - 12:00 am
Timezone: (UTC-5) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Online event URL:
Location: Circus Smirkus Camp
421 Breezy Avenue
United States

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