Queer ‘X Circus’ Premiers Steaming LIVE Tonight and every Sunday at 9pm
LGBTQ+ Circus Art & Activism
You may remember them from their breath taking 2016 short film, “The Arrow” or their appearance on America’s Got Talent. Starting tonight July 11th at 9pm EST and every Sunday night after, they and other LGBTQ+ circus artist join together as “The Circus X” for live interactive streaming performances on YouTube.
“Log in at 9pm every Sunday starting July 11th to watch us bring our previous LGBTQ+ circus films to life LIVE. Where you’ll be able to ask questions with the artists after, get an inside look into the training and production side of things, AND learn more about the meaning of the acts and the stories of the artists. THE X CIRCUS is my attempt to create a platform for LGBTQ+ artists to openly express queer stories and art, and to present acts that normally are not always seen on stage. My goal is to create more normalcy and a kinda world for the queer community.”
From their website,
“The X Circus is dedicated to creating powerful performance art and films to open minds and inspire a kinder world. With a focus on LGBTQ+ circus art, these project aim to help minorities by challenging social norms, raising questions and starting conversations. By creating unique circus films and performances that evoke emotion, we deliver important messages through unforgettable acrobatics and dance. Lead by circus artist & creator Matthew Richardson, these projects have come to life thanks to the talents of an incredible team and years of hard work.”
Learn more about The X Circus and its diverse array of performers telling their stories through brilliant artistry and work at The X-Circus.
“Lead by circus artist & creator Matthew Richardson, these projects have come to life thanks to the talents of an incredible team and years of hard work. You can click through each project to learn more about the story, the making of the projects and see info on what’s coming next!”