STREET CIRCUS AND THEATER ...
Originally from a small town on the far East of Kouglistan, Guinski, Bartek and Gandolf decided to leave their native country for “The American Dream”!
At each stop of their adventure they deposited their suitcases, Cyr wheel, teeterboard, and good mood to give birth to a new creation of boundless dynamism. As in their country of origin, ridicule does not exist and never will. The three acrobat stooges and their international careers are engaged in delivering outstanding performances, ingenious conjuring tricks, extravagant dance steps, and memorable interventions with the public, to make their trip a fun and zany epic experience.
Crazy, sophisticated, colourful, and with their breakneck pace, these three artists lack neither air nor energy to lead you to a wacky elsewhere. Especially the day an old friend resurfaced...
- 3 artists
- 3 hotel rooms provided by the producer if the event is located more than 100km from Montreal.
DAY OF THE SHOW TIMETABLE
- Arrival of the team on the performance site (2 hours before the beginning of the performance)
- Unloading of the equipment with the local team (30 minutes)
- Setup for equipment (30 minutes)
- Sound checks (30 minutes) (note: Light check during sound check if needed)
- Warm-up + small rehearsal (30 minutes)
- Tear down (30 minutes)
- Minimum height: 6.5 m (21‟) minimum / Ideal stage or space size: 6m (20) deep by 8m (27‟) large
- The performance surface must be flat, level, smooth, hard and clean. The performance space must be safe.
- The ideal configuration for this show is a stage fixed near the ground.
- The system should be functional at the arrival of artists and must cover the whole room / space of performance
- 2 amplified speakers at least on speaker stand (ex: JBL EON 615)
- 2 Front Fill if the main system do not cover the whole room / space of performance.
- 2 D.I box active (ex: BSS AR133)
- 2 XLR cables that can reach the center of the stage (music is managed by artists from the stage)
- 1 power outlet (which can reach the center of the stage)
- Lighting plan to be approved by THROW2CATCH if the event takes place inside or in the evening
- Presence of a qualified lighting technician during the show
DRESSING ROOM / CATERING
- 1 dressing room for 3 people, heated or cooled, equipped with mirror, sink, shower and 3 chairs.
- Water bottles, coffee, tea, juice, fruits, nuts and crackers or cookies would be appreciated.
- 2 bags of ice or bags of frozen peas (in case of injury).
- 2 fresh carrots per show for the needs of the show (accessory) -> 25 to 30 cm long and 3 or 4 cm thick (wide side)
WARDROBE MASTER OR MISTRESS (IF THERE IS MORE THEN 2 REPRESENTATIONS)
- Prepare, wash, iron and repair (if needed) costumes for each representation.
- Costumes must be ready 60 minutes before the beginning of the show. If possible, the touring team would appreciate if they could have access to the laundry room.
TRANSPORT AND STORAGE (EQUIPMENT)
- The scenery travels via plane, truck or car / trailer depending on distance and time. CONTACT US FOR AN ESTIMATE.
- The producer must allow the unloading and loading of the van and its trailer as close as possible to the place of performance.
- The producer must allow the van and its trailer to be parked around the performance site during the performance (if required, an authorized parking permit must be provided by the producer)
- In case the show is presented over several days and if the broadcaster offers the possibility of storing the equipment between performance.
- The place of storage must be secured at whole time.
GISLE HENRIET "GUINSKY"
Gisle Henriet, born and raised in Uppsala, Sweden, studied three years at the Circus Cirkör circus school in Stockholm and then three more years at the National Circus School in Montreal, Canada, specializing in Korean plank, teeterboard and trampoline, graduating in 2007. Gisle has since then worked with companies such as les 7 doigts de la Main, Cirque Eloize, Norwegian National Theatre, TNM and Cirque du Soleil, as well as performed on the streets in buskers festivals and in major events such as the Royal Variety Show and the 2006 Winter Olympic closing ceremony….
GUILLAUME BIRON "GANDOLF"
Guillaume discovers the circus at the age of 10 in regional schools (Cirque Éclair, Cirque Imhotep). At the age of 15 he left his hometown to go and prepare a literary baccalaureate / circus arts option in Châtellerault (France). Three years later, he joined the National Circus School of Montreal in Quebec, where he continued his training. He graduate in 2007, he participated in several festivals in Montreal with related artists. He is approached in 2009 by the Quebec company « Les 7 doigts de la Main » who hired him as interpreter for three years on the show "PSY". In 2012 he founded the company « Tête d’Enfant » with Naël Jammal and Florent Lestage. Today Guillaume is still evolving in the circus sphere but also in contemporary dance. He composes and mixes music, is also interested in artistic direction as well as choreographic work.
BARTHÉLEMY GLUMINEAU "BARTEK"
Barthélemy is a multi-talented artist. He is a brilliant circus artist who worked on his own creations but also with various circus companies such as Cirque du Soleil. He was main character in OVO and LOVE for Cirque du Soleil. He is also very active in video and photo production. He is involved in all stages of scripting, directing, post-production, broadcasting, etc.
INFORMATION & BOOKING
To know more about "MADE IN KOUGLISTAN" please contact:
Stéphane Casta I I +1 (514) 549-0287
Credit: Danielle Dumont
Thank you to the following insititutions which provide financial support for the creation of the show.
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