Challenges for The Muse Brooklyn: Supporting Those Who Help Circus Arts Soar - CircusTalk

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Challenges for The Muse Brooklyn: Supporting Those Who Help Circus Arts Soar

Artists and performers in the New York City area have long relied on The Muse Brooklyn, an aerial studio space, to meet their training needs at every circus skill level. Now they’re relying on all of us as well. We recently heard from Director and Founder Angela Buccinni Butch about The Muse’s current predicament. It goes as follows:
After 11 years of being a pillar of the New York circus arts community, we at The Muse Brooklyn come to you with a heavy-hearted update and an urgent request for support. Years of battling our landlord’s illegal practices coupled with pandemic hardships have led The Muse to file for bankruptcy protection and come to a forced settlement with the landlords. While ...
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