Meet a Circus Grad – Inbal Ben-Haim of CNAC - CircusTalk

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Meet a Circus Grad – Inbal Ben-Haim of CNAC

In this series called “Meet a Circus Grad” we give a voice to recently graduated or graduating circus artists, to learn about their experience at circus school, and to get a clearer picture of how circus schools around the world operate and prepare their students for the circus workforce.
In this second edition, we spoke with Inbal Ben-Haim, an Israeli-raised student who graduated a year ago from CNAC Centre National des Arts du Cirque with a specialization in aerial rope. Her unique sense of movement on the ground and in the air and her research-based approach to circus making has led her to her current projection, a collaboration which explores the complexities of earth. Inbal Ben-Haim Home country: Israel originally, now living in France Specialty: Aerial rope Fun fact: “When I was 1 year old, ...
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Stav Meishar

Stav Meishar was born and raised in Israel and leads a double life all around the world, mostly in New York City. During the day she runs Dreamcoat Experience, an award-winning nonprofit organization for arts-driven, experiential Jewish education. At night she is a writer and stage artist specializing in circus and theater. Sometimes, when she's lucky, she gets to be both at the same time – like with her most recent project, a solo performance based on the true story of a Jewish acrobat woman who survived the Holocaust by hiding and working at a German circus. Stav is committed to pursuing the gestalt of circus, history and education, but is incapable of committing to a single hair color.