Abstract

Collapsing “capitalist” pyramids, generating a Wonderland of hula-hooping, stiltwalking, and gender-bending Alices, Montréal’s social circus organization Cirque Hors Piste fosters relational practices of trust and play. Targeting youth with marginalized life paths, polyphonic expression is emphasized as a pivotal element shaping the pedagogy and dramaturgy of the social circus collective creation process.

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