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Via lliure per a l?elecció del director del festival de circ Trapezi

L’elecció del director teatral Ferran Madico com a nou responsable del Centre d’Arts Escèniques de Reus (CAER) dóna via lliure perquè  de manera “imminent”, segons fonts de la Generalitat, es designi el nou director del festival de circ Trapezi, vacant des de la marxa de Jordi Aspa i Bet Miralta el passat mes de maig. Tot i que el Consorci del Teatre Fortuny de Reus va convocar un concurs el mes d’agost no està clar, però, que el futur director hagi de ser un dels quatre candidats que s’hi van presentar: Clara Matas, Johnny Torres, José Antonio Hernández Joselito i Jordi Gaspar. En una nota de premsa el departament de Cultura assenyala que el nou contracte-programa aprovat aquesta setmana “faculta” a Ferran Madico per a proposar el nou director de Trapezi, sense esmentar en cap cas el concurs que el consorci del Teatre Fortuny va convocar i està pendent de resolució. El retard en la resolució del concurs juntament amb els contactes de l’Ajuntament de Reus amb Louisa Raluy per començar a preparar la 16ª edició del festival està provocant un enorme enuig de l’Associació de Professionals del Circ de Catalunya (APCC). 


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  1. En la antigua Roma, el circo era un edificio para la exhibición de caballos y carreras de cuadrigas, espectáculos ecuestres, protagonizaron batallas, exhibiciones con animales adiestrados, malabaristas y acróbatas. El circo de Roma se cree que han sido influenciados por los griegos, con carreras de carros y la exposición de los animales como las atracciones tradicionales.
  2. Cole Abaius escribió que “Por encima de todo, la película es increíble. En el antiguo sentido de la palabra, es asombroso y lo grotesco. Sorprendente y sincero. Se trata de una carta de amor a un país, una hora y el canto de un payaso, frunciendo el ceño con tristeza acerca de una trompeta llorando
  3. A traditional circus performance is normally held in a ring 13 m (42 ft) in diameter. This dimension was adopted by Philip Astley to enable a horse rider to stand upright on a cantering horse to perform a series of acrobatic manoeuvres and to more easily retain their balance.
  4. The Roman circus consisted of tiers of seats running parallel with the sides of the course, and forming a crescent around one of the ends. The lower seats were reserved for persons of rank; there were also various state boxes, e.g. for the giver of the games and his friends.
  5. El circo romano constaba de gradas paralela a los lados del curso, y formando una media luna alrededor de uno de los extremos. Los asientos más bajos se reservan para las personas de rango,también había varias cajas del Estado, por ejemplo, para el dadorde los juegos y sus amigos.
  6. A circus is commonly a travelling company of performers that may include clowns, acrobats, trained animals, trapeze acts, musicians, hoopers, tightrope walkers, jugglers, unicyclists and other stunt-oriented artists.
  7. These special workshops require no prior experience in circus arts or formal training. The workshops also provide a forum for participants to try out aerials, circus arts and children’s circus arts without the commitment of an eight week session.
  8. Circus skills are a group of pursuits that have been performed as entertainment in circus, sideshow, busking or variety/vaudeville/music hallshows. Most circus skills are still being performed today. Many are also practised by non-performers as a hobby.
  9. For some time after the fall of Rome, Europe lacked a large and animal-rich circus. Itinerant showmen travelled the fairgrounds of Europe. Animal trainers and performers are thought to have exploited the nostalgia for the Roman circus, travelling between towns and performing at local fairs.
  10. Circus schools and instructors have developed a variety of pedagogical classification systems for circus skills. Systems that have attempted to formally organize circus skills into pragmatic teaching groupings include the Gurevich system, the basis of the Russian Circus School’s curriculum and the Hovey Burgess system.
  11. The influence of the American circus brought about a considerable change in the character of the modern circus. In arenas too large for speech to be easily audible, the traditional comic dialog of the clown assumed a less prominent place than formerly, while the vastly increased wealth of stage properties relegated to the background the old-fashioned equestrian feats, which were replaced by more ambitious acrobatic performances.
  12. PSCA is also participating in the Kimmel Center for the Arts Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts in spring, 2011. The school is also the home to several performances that are part of the Philadelphia Live Arts/Fringe Festival.
  13. Music used in the production is often composed exclusively for that production, and aesthetic influences are drawn as much from contemporary culture as from circus history. Animal acts appear less frequently in contemporary circus than in traditional circus.
  14. Un circo realizado a una altura bajo la cúpula del circo. Se lleva a cabo por encima de red de seguridad y se compone de numerosos vuelos de la gimnasta de un trapecio a otro, oa manos de receptor que se encuentra en el marco o zancadas, es decir, de un soporte móvil a otro, por regla general, los artistas intérpretes o ejecutantes de completar estos vuelos con saltos en red de seguridad.
  15. Con una combinación de agilidad, fuerza, equilibrio y, sobre todo,estos actos de equilibrio está seguro de sorprender a sus invitados como se entretienen en su evento. Mira con asombro como uno de los artistas intérpretes o ejecutantes equilibra el otro con una sola mano. Además, estos actos de equilibrio se puede realizar el equilibrio de objeto, giro de la placa, y el balance de adagio.
  16. Organisers of Wollongong’s arts and culture festival issued an online apology for the Circus Monoxide performance after a parent used the festival’s Facebook page to condemn the public exposure of bare breasts.
  17. PSCA has expanded from a school where one can learn circus arts to a performing arts organization that offers performances on-site and in the community. PSCA is a regular participant in the Philadelphia International Children’s Festival, Philadelphia Folk Festival, the Chestnut Hill Fall for Arts festival, and other community celebrations.
  18. The circus of Rome is thought to have been influenced by the Greeks, with chariot racing and the exhibition of animals as traditional attractions. The Roman circus consisted of tiers of seats running parallel with the sides of the course, and forming a crescent around one of the ends. 
  19. A circus is commonly a travelling company of performers that may include clowns, acrobats, trained animals, trapeze acts, musicians,hoopers, tightrope walkers, jugglers, unicyclists and other stunt-oriented artists.
  20. The modern concept of a circus as a circular arena surrounded by tiers of seats, for the exhibition of equestrian, acrobatic and other performances seems to have existed since the late 18th century. The popularity of the circus in England may be traced to that held byPhilip Astley in London
  21. The influence of the American circus brought about a considerable change in the character of the modern circus. In arenas too large for speech to be easily audible, the traditional comic dialog of the clown assumed a less prominent place than formerly, while the vastly increased wealth of stage properties relegated to the background the old-fashioned equestrian feats
  22. Circus skills are a group of pursuits that have been performed as entertainment in circus, sideshow, busking or variety/vaudeville/music hall shows. Most circus skills are still being performed today. Many are also practised by non-performers as a hobby.
  23. LCSP se ha expandido de una escuela donde uno puede aprender las artes del circo a una organización de artes escénicas que ofrece actuaciones en el lugar y en la comunidad. LCSP es un participante regular en el Festival Internacional de Filadelfia para la Infancia.
  24. Circus skills are a group of pursuits that have been performed as entertainment in circus, sideshow, busking or variety/vaudeville/music hall shows. Most circus skills are still being performed today. Many are also practised by non-performers as a hobby
  25. while the vastly increased wealth of stage properties relegated to the background the old-fashioned equestrian feats, which were replaced by more ambitious acrobatic performances, and by exhibitions of skill, strength and daring, requiring the employment of immense numbers of performers and often of complicated and expensive machinery.
  26. La popularidad del circo en Inglaterra se puede atribuir a la sostenida por Philip Astley en Londres. La primera actuación de su circo se dice que se han celebradoel 9 de enero de 1768. Una de las principales contribuciones de Astley en el circotraía truco de montar a caballo en un anillo, aunque Astley refirió a ella como el Círculo.
  27. A través de la Escuela de Administración de Deportes, Educación Física y Recreación de un semestre, a una hora de crédito “Circus Skills” curso enseña a los estudiantes los conceptos básicos de malabares, equilibrio de mano, ballet aéreo, varios actos aéreos otros equipos y aparejos.
  28. Some circuses stayed afloat by merging with other circus companies. However a good number of old-fashioned travelling circuses with their usual mixture of acrobat, clown and animal acts are still active in various parts of the world ranging from small family enterprises on the edge of survival to the three ring extravaganzas like Vazquez Hermanos Circus in Mexico.
  29. Compared with the traditional circus, the contemporary genre of circus tends to focus more attention on the overall aesthetic impact, on character and story development, and on the use of lighting design, original music, and costume design to convey thematic or narrative content. 
  30. In recent years, the Flying High Circus introduced the Halloween Show, in which the students perform their traditional acts, but with a Halloween theme. Traveling road shows are not unheard of for this circus, every year there are several road show opportunities in which a few selected acts get to perform for banquets, weddings, and other gatherings.
  31. Le sigue en importancia a la Circo Máximo de Roma eran el Circo Flaminio y elCirco de Nerón, de la notoriedad que obtuvo a través de los placeres Circensiande Nerón. Un cuarto, el Circo de Majencio, fue construida por Majencio; las ruinas de este circo han ayudado a los arqueólogos reconstruir el circo romano.
  32. The difficulty on a static trapeze is making every move look effortless. It is like dance, in that most people of a reasonable level of strength can get onto the bar for the first time and do the tricks but an experienced artist will do them with much more grace and style. 
  33. An artistic director is the executive of an arts organization, particularly in a theatre company, that handles the organization’s artistic direction.[citation needed] He or she is generally aproducer and director, but not in the sense of a mogul, since the organization is generally a non-profit organization.
  34. A trapeze is a short horizontal bar hung by ropes or metal straps from a support. It is an aerial apparatus commonly found in circus performances. Trapeze acts may be static, swinging or flying, and may be performed solo, double, triple or as a group act.
  35. Static trapeze refers to a trapeze act in which the performer moves around the bar and ropes, performing a wide range of movements including balances, drops, hangs while the bar itself stays mostly in place. The difficulty on a static trapeze is making every move look effortless.
  36. Compared with the traditional circus, the contemporary genre of circus tends to focus more attention on the overall aesthetic impact, on character and story development, and on the use of lighting design, original music, and costume design to convey thematic or narrative content. For aesthetic or economic reasons, contemporary circus productions may sometimes be staged in theatres rather than in large outdoor tents.
  37. Contemporary circus combines traditional circus skills and theatrical techniques to convey a story or theme. Compared with the traditional circus, the contemporary genre of circus tends to focus more attention on the overall aesthetic impact, on character and story development, and on the use of lighting design, original music, and costume design to convey thematic or narrative content.
  38. Sin embargo, un buen número de antiguos circos ambulantes con su habitual mezcla de acróbata, clown y los espectáculos con animales siguen activos envarias partes del mundo, que van desde pequeñas empresas familiares en el borde de la supervivencia a los tres grandes espectáculos de anillo comoHermanos Vázquez Circus en México
  39. The first true animals acts in the circus were equestrian acts. Soon elephants and big cats were displayed as well. Isaac A. Van Amburgh entered a cage with several big cats in 1833, and is generally considered to be the first wild animal trainer in American circus history.
  40. Sweden, Austria, Costa Rica, India, Finland, Singapore, Switzerland, and Denmark have already restricted the use of animals in entertainment. In response to a growing popular concern about the use of animals in entertainment, animal-free circuses are becoming more common around the world
  41. People of any size are able to execute basic trapeze maneuvers. Flying trapeze is generally done over a net, or occasionally over water. The flying trapeze was invented in the mid 19th century in France by Jules Léotard.
  42. Multiple trapeze Triple trapeze refers to a number of different shapes and sizes of trapeze, including double trapeze, triple trapeze and larger multiples designed for use by multiple simultaneous flyers. Shaped trapezes are apparatuses that can take virtually any shape imaginable.
  43. Trapecio estático, también conocido como trapecio fijo, es un tipo de circo arterealizado en el trapecio. En contraste con las otras formas de trapecio, entrapecio estático de las barras y cuerdas principalmente permanecer en el lugar. 
  44. The circus has also inspired many writers. Numerous books, both non-fiction and fiction, have been published about circus life. Notable examples of circus-based fiction include Circus Humberto by Eduard Bass, Cirque Du Freak by Darren Shan, and Spangle by Gary Jennings.
  45. Circus Circus was opened on October 18, 1968 by Jay Sarno, becoming the flagship casino for Circus Circus Enterprises. Architects Rissman and Rissman Associates designed a giant circus tent shaped main structure, which was built by R.C. Johnson Construction of Las Vegas.
  46. Circus is a Japanese visual novel studio known for creating adult-oriented bishōjo games. In addition to the normal Circus brand name, there are other brand divisions including Circus Northern, Circus Fetish, Circus Metal, and Sanctuary.
  47. Carnival madness is going on up in this space. When the Thompson work was adapted to film in 1998, the fictional Bazooko Circus was a thinly-veiled stand-in for the world-famed resort, which had refused permission for the filmmakers to shoot on their property. 
  48. The modernization of hotels, casinos, restaurants, and residential high-rises on the Strip has established the city as one of the most popular destinations for tourists. Circus Circus features circus acts and carnival type games daily on the Midway. Circus Circus has the only RV park on the Strip providing additional accommodations.
  49. In addition to a government investigation into the organized-crime connections, Sarno was also being investigated for tax code violations. The casino’s financial problems also continued and Sarno, along with his partner Stanley Mallin, decided to sell out.
  50. The modernization of hotels, casinos, restaurants, and residential high-rises on the Strip has established the city as one of the most popular destinations for tourists. Circus Circus features circus acts and carnival type games daily on the Midway. Circus Circus has the only RV park on the Strip providing additional accommodations.
  51. The Circus is a group of performers, including but not limited to acrobats, clowns, animal acts, jugglers, and daredevils who perform in a troop, often in multiple rings or arenas, and led by a Ringmaster.
  52. Clowns are comic performers stereotypically characterized by the grotesque image of the circus clown’s colored wigs, stylistic makeup, outlandish costumes, unusually large footwear, and red nose, which evolved to project their actions to large audiences.
  53. The outdoors, unlike all the other areas (which have a reddish tint), has a old, abandoned feel to it. The outdoors make a circle around the entire Circus. They also feature what looks like destroyed buildings, further increasing the abandoned feel. In one of these remains is another Zone, another contains a Speed Powerup, and another a weapon.
  54. Carnival have roots in the pagan festival of Saturnalia, which, adapted to Christianity, became a farewell to bad things in a season of religious discipline to practice repentance and prepare for Christ’s death and resurrection.
  55. In addition to a government investigation into the organized-crime connections, Sarno was also being investigated for tax code violations. The casino’s financial problems also continued and Sarno, along with his partner Stanley Mallin, decided to sell out. 
  56. Samba Schools perform in the Sambadrome, which runs four entire nights. They are part of an official competition, divided into seven divisions, in which a single school is declared the winner, according to costume, flow, theme, and band music quality and performance.
  57. Although some children dream of running away to join the circus, it is a safe bet that most animals forced to perform in circuses dream of running away from the circus. Colorful pageantry disguises the fact that animals used in circuses are captives who are forced, under threat of punishment, to perform confusing, uncomfortable, repetitious, and often painful acts.
  58. Circus skills are a group of pursuits that have been performed as entertainment in circus, sideshow, busking or variety/vaudeville/music hall shows. Most circus skills are still being performed today. Many are also practised by non-performers as a hobby.
  59. While the vastly increased wealth of stage properties relegated to the background the old-fashioned equestrian feats, which were replaced by more ambitious acrobatic performances, and by exhibitions of skill, strength and daring, requiring the employment of immense numbers of performers and often of complicated and expensive machinery.
  60. Circus music also known as carnival music is any sort of music that is played to accompany a circus, and also music written that emulates its general style. The most common type of circus music is the circus march, or screamer, which are marches played at very fast tempos. 
  61. However a good number of old-fashioned travelling circuses with their usual mixture of acrobat, clown and animal acts are still active in various parts of the world ranging from small family enterprises on the edge of survival to the three ring extravaganzas like Vazquez Hermanos Circus in Mexico.
  62. The ringmaster is the most visible performer in the modern circus, and among the most important, since he stage-manages the performance, introduces the various acts, and guides the audience through the entertainment experience. In smaller circuses, the ringmaster is often the owner and artistic director of the circus.
  63. Animal trainers and performers are thought to have exploited the nostalgia for the Roman circus, travelling between towns and performing at local fairs. Another possible link between the Roman and modern circus could have been bands of Gypsies who appeared in Europe in the 14th century and in Britain from the 15th century, bringing with them circus skills and trained animals.
  64. Clowns are comic performers stereotypically characterized by the grotesque image of the circus clown’s colored wigs, stylistic makeup, outlandish costumes, unusually large footwear, and red nose, which evolved to project their actions to large audiences.
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