CIRCX VIDEO GALLERY
A COVID 19 QUARENTINE CHOREOGRAPHY
Back in 2020 when the world shut down and all events and theatrical productions were indefinitely cancelled, the CircX troupe decided to figure out a way to continue to entertain. Under the creative direction and editing of founder Diana Lozano, the cast got together virtually to create this fun video with an important message. Choreographed to the famous 'censored' version of "Stay the ____ at Home" by Robert E. Kelly of Rekording,
this, well rather the UN censored version, went viral on Facebook for it's fun and cheeky interpretation. Above is the CENSORED version, but you can find the uncensored version here. ;)
CATERSOURSE AND THE SPECIAL EVENT CLOSING NIGHT GALA SPEECH
Catersource and The Special Event is a yearly event and entertainment conference, celebrating and showcasing all that the event industry has to offer. For the year 2021, this conference was held at the Miami Beach Convention Centre, where CircX was asked to collaborate on the production for the closing night gala. Being the first year back following a world wide shut done, (uniquely affecting the entertainment and event industry), putting on an event production of this magnitude proved to be particularly challenging. Chad Everett, event chair, Diana Lozano from CircX and the rest of the creative team, chose to address the elephant in the room and tackle exactly what was on everyones mind. In addition to creating an immersive theatrical production addressing the event industries re emergence after the year long hiatus, key players in the event and entertainment world were asked to record a short speech on what got them through this dark time. Creative Producer Diana Lozano's video speech above, was played along side some of the industries' top event and entertainment professionals.
KNIGHT ART CHALLENGE VIDEO BLOG RECAP
In 2013, Diana Lozano from CircX was honoured to be one of the lucky 48 to be awarded the Knights Arts Challenge Grant out of thousands of submissions across South Florida. As part of the grant award, winners where ask to document their process throughout their creation via a series of video blogs. The above was the final blog piece reflecting on the completion of the CircX cabaret at the Gleason Room at the Fillmore Theatre. Thanks to the generous grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, CircX was able to produce the first Miami-centric Cabaret that ran from 2014 through 2015.
THE CIRCX RETRO-SPECTACLE AT THE FILLMORE AT THE JACKIE GLEASON THEATRE
In celebration of their 10 year anniversary, CircX put on a full evening 3 hour spectacular that showcased some of their most popular acts and choreographies from their artistic journey to date. Primarily having created for intimate cabarets and night club settings, the stage shows were adapted for the bigger stage with a 30 person ensemble cast. The above video is a quick 30 second recap of the nights production.