A Private Circus Class with The Philadelphia School of Circus Arts

You and Philadelphia-based game developer BJ Stallwood will run away and join the circus together during a Private Lesson at the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts.

Taught by trained instructors, many of whom have performed in renowned circuses such as Cirque du Soleil, this private class offers one-on-one instruction in the basics of acrobatics, trapeze, juggling, or tightwire…it’s up to you. Choose your own adventure!

Arrive in style thanks to your $50 Uber credit.

About William “BJ” Stallwood

Game Developer, Cipher Prime
Expertise: Indie Game DesignWilliam Stallwood is the Founder and Creative Director of Cipher Prime, a multi-award winning game studio in Old City, Philadelphia. He is an expert on developing games for OS X, Windows, Linux, Android, iOS, and even the PS3 and PSP. William is also a powerful community builder, and Cipher Prime is widely recognized for being one of the most innovative, creative, and collaborative game studios in the nation. Cipher Prime also hosts weekly dev nights, monthly game jam competitions, and co-runs the Philly Unity3d User-group.www.cipherprime.com

About The Philadelphia School of Circus Arts

Established as an educational institution, the Barnes carries out its mission teaching classes in its galleries and Arboretum.Philadelphia School of Circus Arts is the region’s center of contemporary circus arts.The seasoned faculty leads a curriculum featuring aerials (static trapeze, corde lisse, aerial silks and lyra), juggling, unicycling, tightwire, tumbling and physical conditioning.In addition to ongoing classes, the School also offers corporate and institutional team-building and leadership workshops, social events, birthday and other parties, summer camp, and special guest performances and presentations.

www.PhillyCircus.com/

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