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Robbie Curtis


First Gig with Circus Oz: Warrnambool 2016

Robbie grew up in Armidale in country New South Wales. His love and fascination with physical creativity began with tap dancing and juggling at the age of 11. He started off his circus career by moving to Albury at the age of 15 and joining the Flying Fruit Fly Circus.

Robbie has worked with Legs On The Wall in Beautiful Noise for Brisbane Festival which was choreographed by Anton, The Voyage at the Birmingham Cultural Olympiad which was directed by Patrick Nolan, and the opening of the Sydney Festival 2012. He was part of Gideon Obarzanek’s work There’s Definitely A Prince Involved for the Australian Ballet’s 50th Anniversary season Infinity.

Robbie collaborated and performed in Anton’s Supermodern - Dance Of Distraction, Alice Lee Holland’s Tiny Little Tragedies, and Shaun Parker’s show Happy as Larry. Robbie has also worked with Circus Monoxide in Wollongong. For the past five years, he has been an ensemble member with Circa, touring nationally and internationally.

Robbie enjoys juggling with his hands and feet and having lots of people climb on top of him.

Robbie Curtis - Performer