Jessie has been a circus performer for more than 10 years, and graduated from the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) in 2017.
She applies her strong work ethic to all of her passions, including abseiling, painting, owning a portable performance stage, circus rigging and performing as a circus artist.
Jessie's life goal is to hone her skills, whilst travelling the world and helping people in need.
A well versed acrobat Emily has been doing circus for over ten years.
Originally from New Zealand she has been adopted as an Australian acrobat since moving to Melbourne in 2015.
Since starting her career she has performed with a variety of companies around the world including Circus Smirkus, Circus Oz and Gravity & Other Myths. Outside of being an acrobat Emily can be found exploring the architecture in a new city or natural wonders.
Lyndon graduated from the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) in 2018, specialising in hand-to-hand acrobatics and Cyr wheel.
He has toured nationally with Gravity & Other Myths, while also performing with CircaNICA.
When Lyndon isn't performing, you'll find him abroad rock climbing, slacklining, cycling or mountaineering. Don't challenge him - he holds multiple big wall records and the Australian Slackline record for 180m.
Director: Elena Kirschbaum
Producer: Highwire Entertainment
Choreographer: Paul Westbrook
Costume Designer: April Dawson
Technical Manager & Lighting Design: Sarah Platts
We'd like to acknowledge our original cast and co-creators of the show, as well as the creative minds who bring the magic to the stage.
Described by Kate Ceberano as “an asset to the cabaret community”, Burger was recipient of the inaugural Adelaide Fringe Frank Ford Award 2019 and is a two-time Helpmann Award nominee for Best Cabaret Performer 2016 and 2019. She is the writer and star of Exposing Edith and A Migrant’s Son. Other performing credits include Apocalypse Meow (Malthouse, NY), Rumpelstiltskin (Southbank London/Windmill & State Theatre SA), Merry Widow (State Opera of SA), Can You Hear Colour? (Adelaide Festival/Patch Theatre), Brel (Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2017) and Cranky Bear (Patch Theatre).
Paul studied as an undergraduate in Drama at Exeter University and trained in MA Classical Acting at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, before moving to Australia.
He has worked as an actor and director in theatre and film with a range of companies and co-founded film production company “Mad Alice Media”.
Rouge is the perfect show for Paul to demonstrate his dancing, acting and trampolining skills.
Axl began his career in competitive sports acrobatics as both a flyer and porter, ultimately representing the USA and winning the silver medal at the World Championships in 2016.
Throughout his competitive career he also preformed on Americas Got Talent, and Le Plus Grand Cabaret du Monde, as well as in other live and television performances, beginning his transition into full-time performing.
Axl joined the Rouge team for Adelaide Fringe 2020, bringing his experience and passion for performing to the intimate, sexy Spiegletent stage.