Stevie Boyd

Stevie began his artistic training in Galway in 2004, working and volunteering with various arts organizations in the city including Galway Community Circus and Macnas. After a period in Spain, where he approached aerial for the first time, he came back to work with GCC, where he met Chantal and Jym for the first time. Here he began a full-time dedicated path of training in circus, first with Fidget Feet and then with their invited guest teachers such as Fred Deb’ and Sarah Poole and participating in one of the first IADFs.

From there, Stevie moved to Italy, to train first in Rome, before graduating from FLIC circus school in Turin in 2014. After completing his training, he began to work for various companies, theatres, opera and events in Italy, France, Germany and Portugal, such as Teatro alla Scala opera in Milan, Fondazione Carla Fendi, Teatro del Sole, Castello Venaria Reale, Armamaxa Teatro, ACTI Teatro, Collettivo 320Chili, Camara Boreal, Kleinkunstriesen, Cie Bistaki. He co-founded two collective projects since 2013, Collettivo SAK and DueDa company, currently performing “Diverged”.

Stevie has continued to train and study circus performance with various directors such as Roberto Magro, Firenza Guidi, Alexandre del Perugia, Simon McBurney, and in 2018 gained a certificate in Circus Dramaturgy from CNAC and ESAC circus schools.

Since 2012, Stevie has taught many workshops in Italy, France, and since 2014 teaches aerial technique (trapeze, hoop, tissu, rope and straps) on the professional course of FLIC circus school, in 2018 he became one of first teacher trainers in aerial acrobatics in Italy for the Italian Gymnastics Federation. From 2016, he began directing student collective and commercial shows, Da Lola (2019), Moonlight Swing (2018), Identities (2018), Passaggi (2017), _working_title (2017), Cotillion (2016), and in 2018 was named the Artistic Director of FLIC circus school.

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