“We outlaw ‘bored’ in the first five minutes of camp!” exclaims director
Michael Rosman. Featured in The Washington Post, Circus Camp Stars
introduces tight wire, stilts, acrobatics, rolo bolo and physical comedy
(clowning). In addition to learning juggling and plate spinning, campers see
that anything worth learning takes practice–and that with practice and a
positive attitude, they can do almost anything. Activities develop campers’
hand-eye coordination, balance and self-confidence over the course of the
Instruction is age-specific, and safety is emphasized at all times in this
memorable, high-energy camp. Campers also enjoy “Pie in the Face
Day” every Thursday! Friends and family are invited to the campers’ big
performance at the end of the session. Each camper will take home a camp
t-shirt and a juggling kit to continue building their skills.
Provider: Circus Camp Stars founder, Michael Rosman, is a graduate of
Ringling Brothers & Barnum and Bailey Circus Clown College and veteran of
many circus performances. Rosman and his professional coaches have more than 20
years of experience teaching the circus arts and performing.
For more information about Circus Camp Stars, visit www.circuscampstars.com.
Questions: Michael Rosman firstname.lastname@example.org www.circuscampstars.com
Watch his video on www.michaelrosman.com