"What Can I Offer You Today?": How Rosiris Garrido Makes a One-Woman Show for One

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“What Can I Offer You Today?”: a One-Woman Show for One

A brand-new show with an unusual twist provides advice and inspiration to circus artists with a dream of flying solo.
People rush through a crowded coffee shop’s door, move from table to table, smile at a friend, and look for their favorite seat by the window. Claire stops by each patron, making full use of her memory and little pad. Meanwhile, at a bookstore across the street, Albert welcomes one of his youngest customers with a spark in his eyes and a hand on the new arrivals pile. At the exact same time, in a foreign city on the other side of the ocean, Marina covers her massage table with a clean sheet. In their own way and with distinctive accents, each asks the same question: “What can I offer you today?” ...
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Martin Frenette

Impassioned by performing arts, Martin Frenette started intensive dance training at a very young age before trading pliés and barres for ropes and somersaults at Montreal National Circus School. He has spent a decade performing in several shows in Europe, such as Circus Monti, Chamäleon Theater, Wintergarten Varieté, Cirque Bouffon, GOP Show Concepts or the Max Entertainment Palace, to name a few. Writing has always been one of Martin's passions and he's thrilled to join Circus Talk's team to share his views on shows, the stage and what's going on behind the scenes with other performing arts enthusiasts!