LIMBO UNHINGED delves deeper into the exhilarating party that is the award winning, international sensation LIMBO; Pick of the Fringe (Adelaide Fringe, 2013), Winner Best Circus & Physical Theatre (Adelaide Fringe 2014), Winner Cabaret Award (Perth Fringe World 2016).
The show’s premiere season at Adelaide Fringe opened to great critical acclaim with five star reviews and a nomination for BankSA’s Best Circus & Physical Theatre Award 2017. The show then headlined Kermezzo(o) Festival in Brussels and is lined up for the 2017 Brisbane Festival program before an extensive year of touring in 2018.
A New York City native, Heather started her career as a high school intern at the Coney Island Circus Sideshow. As a teenager, she held the title of being the Youngest Female Sword Swallower in the world. She has toured nationally and internationally with the Brothers Grim Sideshow in 2007 and 2008, and with the Pretty Things Peepshow since 2009. She debuted her latest show, The Curious Couple From Coney, with partner Donny Vomit at the 2012 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. She is also featured on the label of Sword Swallower beer by Coney Island Lager. This vintage beauty has been seen eating and breathing fire and swallowing swords in music videos for 50 Cent and Rick Ross, television shows around the world, and she hosted the MTV Iggy show on MTV.
Mick Stuart is a self-taught artist who began playing in bands and as a solo performer from the age of 12. He explored a range of instruments including the drums, bass, guitar and saxophone, and in 2009, he designed and built his own instrument, the Polymba. Mick has performed in many bands, including Eddie Perfect & The Renovators, Sunchasers, Chris Gudu Zimbabwean band, Rumpunch, and more recently with Green Man Theory. Mick featured in the multi Helpmann award winning Keating! The Musical for 2 years as lead guitarist and saxophonist as well as the part of Cheryl Kernot. He also performed as the bass player in Eddie Perfect’s musical Misanthropology for its entire run throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Born and raised in Monaco, Nicolas grew up doing gymnastics and diving. Always passionate about circus and performing he joined the San Francisco Circus Center before moving to Montreal and graduating from the National Circus School in 2014. Since starting his performing career on Broadway in PIPPIN he has toured the world with Cirque du Soleil, The 7 Fingers, Cirque Éloize and recently finished a run at Sydney Opera House and Australian tour with Limbo & Limbo UNHINGED. @njelmoni
Hilton is a regular dancer for Timomatic – performing at live and televised events both nationally and internationally including concerts with Janet Jackson, Salt-N-Pepa, David Guetta and Flo Rider and the El Evento 40 Radio Festival in Mexico. Hilton’s professional career began early when he appeared on television in All Saints, the telemovie The Potato Factory and in the musicals Show Boat and Oliver! Recent theatre credits include the Australian tour of West Side Story. Hilton appeared on the premiere series of So You Think You Can Dance Australia. Other television credits include Farscape and performances on Australia’s Next Top Model, MTV Video Music Awards and The Helpmann Awards. Hilton has worked with many of Australia’s leading choreographers with stage credits including Le Grand Cirque, Dolly Teen Choice Awards, Dream Ball, Billabong- Girls Get Out There Tour and Yeosu Expo. He has appeared at live and televised events as a regular dancer with Natalie Bassingthwaighte and in her music video, Alive.
Mikael graduated from school in Avignon, in the South of France, with a major in literature and art. After a year of preparation he auditioned for ESAC – the college of circus arts in Belgium. He was accepted and learned to master the Chinese Pole as well as acrobatics, dance and theatre during his three years there. Since leaving, Mikael has travelled the world with circus companies including Circle of Eleven and Cirque Du Soleil. Throughout his travels he has also taught himself to sing and beat box and play guitar and saxophone.
Charlotte was born and raised in Toronto, Canada as a provincial gymnast with a desire to perform and entertain. After graduating the high school program of the National Circus School in Montreal she joined the college program as a hand to hand flyer and graduated with her partner Nicolas in 2014. Since then she has performed in countless productions such as: PIPPIN on Broadway (The 7 Fingers), Cirkopolis (Cirque Éloize), Joyá (Cirque Du Soleil), Limbo & Limbo UNHINGED at the Sydney Opera House (Strut and Fret). @charlottegosullivan / @charlotteandnicolas
Originally from France, Aurélien Oudot took up circus skills and acrobatics as a hobby at the age of 12, performing with Urban Circus. Upon graduating from high school, Aurélien decided to pursue a career in circus, and began performing with a number of different companies such as Cirque Nomade. In 2011, he then auditioned successfully for the Ecole Supérieure des Arts du Cirque in Brussels, Belgium, and spent three years of intense training specialising in acrodance, balance and contortion. In addition to performing with LIMBO, Aurélien is also in the process of creating his own company ‘Back Pocket’.
It’s the kind of production that you never want to come to an end.