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The latest from CircusTalk – Summer Edition

If you are anything like me, you’ve looked up from your busy life to see we’ve come to the end of July. How did that happen?! Granted, many of our members hail from the southern hemisphere, where it is winter. Does time fly at the same rate worldwide? The circus and performing arts industry has been hopping with events, premieres, and new opportunities and, at CircusTalk, exciting new developments and collaborations. We recently launched a new membership level, Pro Talent Seeker. Designed to support independent casting directors, event planners, and companies alike, our ever-growing talent database can now be mined using enhanced search functionalities. Pro Talent Seeker benefits includ...
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Stacy Clark

A former gymnast and professional circus performer, Stacy worked in marketing and communications before leaving it all behind to perform and teach circus around the world on stage, at festivals and on screen. Stacy is co-founder of Creative Athletic Performance, a consulting service specializing in casting, coaching and creation. She also teaches career development and act development to the next generation of circus artists training at San Diego Circus Center. Until 2020, Stacy was the Director of Casting at Cirque du Soleil, leading a team of international talent scouts and advisors. Stacy's journey at Cirque du Soleil began in 2007 when she joined the Casting department as a Talent Scout, recruiting athletes and circus artists for the company’s shows worldwide. In 2011 she became Acrobatic Coach on Amaluna, touring North America. Stacy holds a Bachelor of Applied Arts from Ryerson University and a Leadership diploma from Concordia University. She is a certified yoga teacher, nutrition coach, NASM performance enhancement specialist and CrossFit level 1 and CrossFit Kids trainer. “I believe in safe, open learning environments, and cultivating a sense of agency in students, athletes and artists. Excellence in human performance begins with being an excellent human.”