Helping The Circus Celebrate Earth Day

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Helping The Circus Celebrate Earth Day

In the world of circus, the whole Earth can be our stage. Local shows find their home all over the globe, bigger productions tour nationally, and even larger shows tour internationally. Yet this inherent need for travel has far-reaching consequences. With this being the case, the way the circus industry treats the Earth has a big impact. On this Earth Day, we focus on what one company is doing about it.
. Cirque Barcode is stepping up and setting an example for how the circus industry can help make the world a better place by highlighting the climate crisis through the circus arts while increasing the sustainability of their shows. Their innovative new show Branché challenges everything from what it means to tour, to what qualifies as a stage. ...
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Lydia Nord

Lydia is a Sailor Circus graduate currently based in Florida who was featured in the 2017 Smithsonian Folklife Festival. She is a Florida State University alumna and former member of the FSU Flying High Circus who received a degree in Media Communication Studies and Spanish. Her disciplines include trapeze, aerial silks, and Spanish web.