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  • 20.12.2017

    Quebec's circus schools are working without a net

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      MONTREAL—Pascal Duguay Gosselin is a fire man. He swings it around his body on chains, juggles it and incorporates it into acrobatic manoeuvres at what most people would consider to be an uncomfortably close distance.

      So there may be good reason for confidence that Quebec’s future reputation as a circus mecca is safe in the hands of the 24-year-old and others like him.

      The self-taught performer is studying at Montreal’s illustrious National Circus School to become a circus-arts instructor. It’s a rigorous one-year program that will qualify him to introduce younger generations to life under the big top at day camps, municipal courses and schools.


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