Definition of aerialist
: one who performs feats in the air or above the ground especially on the trapeze
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The afternoons will be more active with enrichment seminars and food and beverage tastings as well as pop-up performances by sitar players and aerialists.
LeBank is a movement teacher at Cal State Long Beach, and his fellow performers, Cynthia Price (as the Little Prince) and Taylor Casas (as the Cactus among other roles) are trained acrobats and aerialists.
UniverSoul Circus Enter the big-top tent to watch the high-flying, urban-themed circus, with live animals, Chinese aerialists, contortionists and more.
Erendira Wallenda, an aerialist, performed the stunt tethered to a hoop suspended from the helicopter 300 feet above the falls on Thursday, the television station reported.
Daredevil and professional aerialist Erendira Wallenda broke the world record Thursday for the highest suspension over Niagara Falls.
The aerialists and acrobats garnered much of the audience’s rambunctious applause throughout the show, especially Megan Stockman on lyra, David Matz on cyr wheel, and Andrey Moraru balancing on his hands.
Aging clowns were buying aerialists drinks at the bar.
Eke’s wife, a former circus aerialist, has already established their new home in Las Vegas.
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