Losing Fears and Facing Dangers: Trapeze and Family Life with Cirque du Soleil's Jerry Estefano Navas

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Losing Fears and Facing Dangers: Trapeze and Family Life with Cirque du Soleil’s Jerry Estefano Navas

Sometimes circus is in the blood—but it also comes from years of hard work, of honing one’s skills through practicing behind the scenes. Coming from one of Ecuador’s top circus families, Jerry Estefano Navas, a veteran trapeze artist and featured flyer in Cirque du Soleil’s MYSTERE, weighs in on family ties and earning his applause. Jerry in training Throughout a career that spans more than four decades, Ecuador...
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Carolyn Klein

Carolyn Klein is a writer, poet, and circus fan from the Washington, D.C, area. Writing stories about the circus has been a dream of hers since getting introduced to circus fiction around 2014. She recently completed her B.A. in English and Creative Writing, magna cum laude, at George Mason University. As a new member of the Circus Talk journalism team, Carolyn looks forward to learning as much as she can about the industry and people behind circus.