Suzi Winson, Gino Farfan and Michelle Arvin’s Circus Warehouse is New York City’s premier circus training facility.Topic: News
Circus Warehouse’s Suzi Winson and Matthew Valenti made the opening of “Notorious and Notable: 20th Century Women of Style” at the Museum of the City of New York and wound up getting a plug for Circus Warehouse out of it! Who knew being fashionable was so good for the circus? (Suzi and Matthew, perhaps?)Topic: News
Take a swinging trapeze or german wheel workshop and private lessons with world-recognized circus teachers and founders of the New England Center for Circus Arts, Elsie Smith, Serenity Forchion and Bill Forchion. They’ve performed with Cirque du Soliel, Ringling Bros. & Barnum and Bailey Circus, and taught for companies as diverse as the San Francisco […]Topic: News
If it’s Winter in Long Island City, it’s time for another “Caught in the Act.” And—YEAH—it’s winter!
Circus Warehouse’s Winter edition of “Caught in the Act,” our Intensive Program student show, takes place at the Warehouse, Saturday, February 26th and Sunday, February 27th at 8:00 p.m.Topic: News
Circus Warehouse is in the press again! We were featured in a great segment on Fox Business (on February 25th) that you can catch below. Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com The Warehouse was also the subject of a nice piece by Elizabeth Daley in the February 24th edition of the Queens Chronicle. Thanks, Elizabeth […]Topic: News
New York Magazine has just come out with their 2011 Best of New York list, and Circus Warehouse made the cut! They’ve proclaimed our Kid’s Circus Sampler “Best Anti-Ballet Class.” We’re psyched that they think so. And of course, we couldn’t agree more. Parents, what are you waiting for? Here’s a sample of what they […]Topic: News
Starting July 6th, Dance Trapeze class returns to the Circus Warehouse schedule. Taught by Summer Lacy, the class will work on building technique between ground and air. Dance trapeze is lower and lighter than circus trapeze, on a single point, allowing for different transitions between the ground and the air, spinning, and swinging in lines […]Topic: News
There will be no classes from August 29th – September 5th at the Warehouse as we take a Labor Day break.
The Warehouse will be open for workouts August 29th – September 1st from 12 – 8pm.
We’ll be resuming classes and normal working hours Tuesday, September 6th.
Thanks to all our recreational and Intensive Program students, instructors, staff and supporters for a great first Circus Warehouse year!
We hope you all have a great time over the break and come back tanned, rested and ready for the fall session and performance season!Topic: News
The Warehouse is adding two new open classes to the schedule starting in September. On Friday evenings from 7pm – 9pm, Adam Woolley will be teaching Intermediate Silks. On Sundays, a new Straps and Rope class will be offered from 3pm – 5pm. Instructor(s) for the Sunday Straps and Ropes have yet to be decided. […]Topic: News
With the second Maker Faire New York fast approaching — this Saturday and Sunday, September 17 & 18 — along with performances there by Circus Warehouse, Maker Faire “Makezine” talked with CW’s own Suzi Winson. They discussed everything from Nouveau Cirque to Suzi’s motto: “Movement without meaning is a complete waste of time. Don’t exercise […]Topic: News
Circus Warehouse is putting men (and women) into space again!
Maker Faire — on the Flushing Meadows Park grounds of the oh so “Space Age” 1964-65 New York World’s Fair — turned out to be the perfect venue for the Warehouse to both perform and let faire-goers try their hands (and arms and legs and torsos) on nouvelle cirque apparatus.Topic: News
With Caught in the Act Nine fast approaching (get your tickets HERE), it seemed high time to recap its predecessor, Caught in the Act Eight. “Eight” was heavy on male energy, with a majority of guys making up the roster of performers (it’s often the opposite). “Eight” attendees included Broadway choreographer Liza Gennaro, French American […]Topic: News
The Warehouse is delighted to announce two upcoming workshops with famed aerialist, Brett Womack. Friday, Jan 13th from 3-6 pm, Brett will be teaching Aerial Rope, and on Sunday, Jan 15th from 5-8 pm, Aerial Fabric. Workshops focus on the individual, efficient technique, new tricks/sequences, while exploring transitions (intension, creativity and dynamics) thru aerial movement. […]Topic: News