Live Like An Acrobat Podcast Ep.43- “Denzel Washington As Macbeth Shows Main Characters Can Be Played By Black Artists “ Edmond Clark (Thespian& Magician) - CircusTalk

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Live Like An Acrobat Podcast Ep.43- “Denzel Washington As Macbeth Shows Main Characters Can Be Played By Black Artists “ Edmond Clark (Thespian& Magician)

Celebrating Black Creators for Black History Month 2022, host of the Live Like An Acrobat Podcast, Shenea Stiletto interviews Edmond Clark, a Toronto-based American & Canadian thespian and Magician. Recently, he was awarded as an Official Selection in the short film showcase at the 2021 Diversity at Cannes Film Festival corner, for the film: ‘End of the World’ (written by Caleb John Cushing and directed by Sarah Lang). Edmond also appeared in the Magic Immersive Exhibit, which uses 3d projections, and live magicians. This is the first time audiences can marvel at the greatest illusions up close.
For the last five years Edmond has trained intensively at the Toronto Theatre Academy in Voice, Movement and Stylization, where he has gone on to specialize in and cultivate his love for Shakespearean and classical works.

Shenea Stiletto
Acrobat, Podcaster, Circus Artist, Handstand Instructor -United States
Shenea Stiletto (Shenea Booth) is a two-time World Champion Gold Medalist in Acrobatic gymnastics, a USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame Member, and World Acrobatic Society Inductee. Her career includes a decade of collaborations with Cirque Du Soleil including the coveted hand balancing role as "The Promise" in Varekai, becoming the first-ever African American female soloist to play a lead character in a Cirque Du Soleil production.
Shenea was also a finalist on America’s Got Talent and has continued to be a featured artist with prominent circus entertainment companies worldwide.

Shenea Stiletto

Shenea Stiletto (Shenea Booth) is a two-time World Champion Gold Medalist in Acrobatic gymnastics, a USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame Member, and World Acrobatic Society Inductee. Her career includes a decade of collaborations with Cirque Du Soleil including the coveted hand balancing role as "The Promise" in Varekai, becoming the first-ever African American female soloist to play a lead character in a Cirque Du Soleil production. Shenea was also a finalist on America’s Got Talent and has continued to be a featured artist with prominent circus entertainment companies worldwide.