Cirque Vivant!
Possibly the world's smallest circus
By: Dan Grunebaum | Jan 31, 2012 | Issue: 932 | No Comments | 1,262 views

“Cirque Vivant!” is the name of a stage creation by Belgium-based circus company Le Carré Curieux (The Curious Square), which makes its Japan debut this weekend. Formed by four students at the École Superieure des Arts du Cirque in Brussels in 2004, Le Carré Curieux might just be the world’s smallest circus. Instead of a big top, the quartet—including Japanese member Kenzo Tokuoka (unicycle and acrobatics)—delivers acrobatics and stunts to the stage with a contemporary and humorous twist.

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