Under the direction of company founder and owner Diana Lozano, Circ X has created thousands of theatrical productions throughout the past 2 decades. From stadium arenas to intimate cabarets, CircX, has travelled the globe with their original stage shows and theatrical circus artistry.
As featured on the Travel Channel and local South Florida and national news stations, Circ X has produced some of Miami's longest-running cabaret, modern burlesque and vaudeville residencies.
In addition to being commissioned by theatres like The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and The Fillmore, as well as receiving support from community arts organisations like the Miami Light Project and Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, CircX has been awarded several grants from both local and national Foundations.
"If there is one thing that sets CircX apart from other entertainment companies, is that they are a conservatory-trained performance ensemble, led by an award-winning creative producer and artist. "
In 2013, CircX won the Knights Arts Challenge Grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. A South Florida-based initiative to draw the best and most innovative ideas out of local organisations and individuals, the Knights Arts Challenge seeks to transform the community through the arts.
Out of hundreds of submissions, CircX was one of the lucky 48 local Miami-based art organisations to receive a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Thanks to this generous award, and the contributions of the Miami Beach Cultural Affairs and the Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theatre, CircX was able to produce their Miami-centric residency cabaret from 2014 - 2015.
As seen on the Travel Channel, Univision, Deco Drive and web-based Red Bull TV, Circ X has been featured for their original cabaret productions. Modern Vaudeville with a twist, the CircX cabaret shows incorporate choreographed dance numbers, burlesque, drag, side-show and circus acts with a side of political cometary.
"After catching their recent performance at the Fillmore, it's sort of easy to describe CircX using the words, cabaret, burlesque, performance art, multi-media circus, cirque-style performance, sexy, racy, lacy, operatic, laugh out loud comedic, well curated with awesome set and costume designs. CircX is all that and then some."