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2017 July 06
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Dan Butler (presenter); Circus Juventas: Miriam Ackerman; Sierra Ahlers-Moore; Samuel Amidon; Gage Anderson; Sophie Bauer; Tristan Bauer; Tamir Bayarsaihan; Donald Bluhm; Dustin Brown; Ranulp Brown; Daniel Butler; Elizabeth (Betty) Butler; Caleb Butler; Daniel Butler; Rachel Butler; Makenna Cook; Marissa Dorschner; Brauc Eckman; Reed Evans; Zaccurus Fricke; Piper Gibbs; Madison Grady; Marlo Graham; Erdenechimeg Haltarhuu; Mostapha Hassouni; Anwar Hassouni; Emily Hovan; Lisa Hoven; Lindsey Johnson; Juliette Kline; Stone Langworthy; Dominic Lemieux; Lia Lemieux; Miaja Lemieux; Anna Lennington-Chaffee; Christopher Martin; Katy McEwen; Andrew Morgan; Jenna Ober; Calvin Peck; Selena Posey; Noah Posey; Andrew Pratt; Anil Ramer; Patrick Rhone; Katherine Schullo; Mariana Thompson; Sophie Uri; Kit Wenzel; Louis Wilson; Jennifer Agans; Delaney Bayles; Ripley Burns; Chase Culp; Jacqueline Davis; Ivan Jermyn; Robert Mermin; Cameron Crowell Zweir Circus Juventas is a performing arts school for youth in St. Paul, Minnesota, that teaches circus arts and builds confidence and leadership skills. Students learn and perform in the cirque nouveau style that seeks to combine narrative technique with circus arts traditions.
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