Circus Harmony Continues to Expand Its Global Impact in 2024

By: Circus Harmony
ST. LOUIS - Feb. 6, 2024 - PRLog -- Students of St. Louis' only social circus school begin their journey at City Museum and graduate to the stages of Broadway, the WWE, Cirque du Soleil and beyond!

On the heels of a January trip to Monte Carlo for the annual meetings of the Global Alliance of Circus Schools where she is on the steering committee and the World Circus Federation where she is an advisor to the Board of Directors, Circus Harmony's Artistic/Executive Director, Jessica Hentoff will next speak at a special Connect the Spokes event that is part of Circus Heritage weeks at the Circus Ring of Fame in Sarasota. The goal is to identify points of synergy and possible areas of action in the interest of the preservation and promotion of circus arts and culture. Ms. Hentoff said, "I'm honored to have been invited to be part of the prestigious panel involved in this roundtable discussion and to discuss how young people from all walks of life can be part of the future of circus!"

Circus Harmony alumni are all over the map. Keaton Hentoff-Killian, is part of the company for the new Broadway musical, Water for Elephants, which starts previews on February 24th at the Imperial Theater. Two other Circus Harmony alumni, Melvin Diggs and Terrance Robinson, are performing in Australia with Cirque du Soleil's Luzia. Chauncey Kroner is touring the east coast of the United States with Cirque Mechanics. Meanwhile, alumni, Sidney Bateman is flipping in a square ring rather than a round one as the wrestler, Scrypts, for the WWE. He even has his own wrestling action figure. You can find yet another alumni, Kellin Quinn, juggling at Caesars Palace in Atlantic City, in the Spiegelworld show, The Hook. Previous student Claire now walks the high wire with her husband Alex as one of the Flying Wallendas. Perhaps the most daring work of any of the alumni is that of Elliana Grace, former human cannonball, who is now the general manager of Circus Harmony, helping the next generation to take flight! Speaking of that next generation, current student, Lyla Lawless, is heading to Las Vegas to be part of the VivaFest circus festival.

Online, Circus Harmony has released a short video titled Finding Your Voice on their YouTube page. The video is about how young people find their voice, their strengths and community at Circus Harmony. The film was produced by Makenzie Cannady under the auspices of the Webster University student production house.

Circus Harmony is a St. Louis circus that you can run away to, but still be home in time for dinner!

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