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Unformatted text preview: Eastern influences, whereas L’Ame-Force brings in France and a little of the Western influence. Three of the creators are French, from Quebec; another was previously an instructor for Montreal’s National Circus School. Two others are from other parts of Canada, and all of the others—eleven co-creators total—have some sort of background in French life, acrobats, circus acts, etc. Going in to the arena, expectations were low. I had not witnessed anything other than the traditional Riglin Brother’s Circus; I was merely hoping to be awed and entertained. My husband, however, stated that he was afraid of being bored, but was surprised at how much he liked it. I loved all of the vivid colors, acrobatics, flying and rope swing acts and the music was incredible; the band did a good job, but the male and female that did the majority of the singing were both absolutely wonderful!...
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- Fall '11
- French, Montreal, Cirque du Soleil, Acrobatics, École nationale de cirque, National Circus School