What do circus performers from Canada, New York, Madrid and Colombia have in common? On Sunday, they joined more than 140 fellow performers in the Circus Ring of Fame in St. Armands Circle.
The Circus Ring of Fame Foundation celebrated Guy Laliberte, The King Charles Troupe, Los Quiros High Wire Artistry and the Carillo Brothers High Wire Duo at the 33rd annual ceremony.
“Circus is adaptable, evolutionary, and has so many interpretations,” said Bill Powell, Chair of the Foundation. “When one door closes, five doors open because people close to the heart of the art form are inventive, creative, and extremely hard working. Circus finds a way to move forward.”
The acts inducted into the Ring of Fame have reached the pinnacle of their profession through hard work that has made a significant and notable contribution to the advancement of worldwide art circus arts and culture, Powell said…
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