Circus of Life

Curriculum Relevance:

PDHPE: Self esteem, self confidence, self discipline, self determination.

Note: This video is footage of the performers' other show.

It’s okay to have an opinion and to have a good laugh but when does laughing at someone become bullying?

Llynda is doing what she is best at and loves doing most, juggling, balancing and making people go ooh and ahh. She has entertained people around the world, won prizes and praise for her amazing skills.

But today she is so distracted she makes a few mistakes she even drops a juggling club. You see she is working with other people on a big new show and one of them isn’t happy with what Llynda has asked her to do. Llynda is so distracted she has even left her mobile phone on.

Things get worse when Llynda discovers that her unhappy colleague has posted a video of her dropping juggling clubs and is saying some very unkind things. Llynda has to look at the conflict from her colleague’s point of view and discovers that her colleague has a valid grievance with her.

After discussion and ideas from the audience Llynda regains her confidence and sets about repairing the relationship with her colleague. With the problem sorted and her confidence back Llynda gets back to what she does best, an amazing high energy performance of juggling, balancing and of course loads of fun.

What schools have said:

What a fantastic performance! The students and staff alike were enthralled by the juggling and other circus tricks. The powerful messages about resilience and standing up to bullies were woven throughout the act. Llynda displayed an extremely professional manner. She delivered the show to a very high standard and spoke in a very calming manner throughout. We could not believe this performance was in its opening weeks.

Kristy Gardner. K to Year 6. Iluka Public School. Iluka. NSW. 16/02/2018.

Very entertaining. K to 10 students enjoyed it. A range of different messages including persistence, resilience, organisation presented as well as juggling skills that students are now practising. Student involvement assured to engage everyone.

Jannette Emery. K to Year 10. Kingston Community School / Primary. Kingston. SA. 17/03/2017.

Price: $5.50 per student ($5.00 + $0.50 GST).

Suitable: Preps, K to Year 10.

Minimum Audience Size: 130 students.

Times: Show: 50 minutes. Set up: 45 minutes. Pack up: 40 minutes.

Requires an indoor performing area 4m deep x 5m wide.

Lady Juggler ABN: 62 530 988 632

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