Gabriel "The Queen" Laliberté
Gabriel discovered the circus arts only by chance. His training in theatre, martial arts and at the Verdun Circus School allowed him to polish his technique in acrobatics, theatre, aerial straps and partner acrobatics. He has been performing on stage and in the streets for the last 10 years.
Laury-Ann "The Terrible" Miller
Gymnast from a young age, Laury-Ann was inspired to start doing circus after seeing “Traces” by the 7-Fingers. After completing the contemporary dance program at the Cégep de St-Laurent, she pursued her circus dream. She signed up at the Verdun Circus School and was later accepted to the Montreal National Circus School. Since then, she has participated in, and won, numerous contests where she performed acrobatic dance. Her awards include L’échelle du Talent and Cégep en Spectacle (audience choice award), 2 years consecutively. She took part in the 2nd and 3re editions of the Minutes Complètement Cirque and continues to develop and perform her passion of partner acrobatics.
Roger "Only Roger" Marier
Born in Abitibi, Roger learned the basics of circus through books and much perseverance. Later, he refined his skills at the Verdun Circus School, and through private coaching and hard work. Specializing in manipulation (juggling, diabolo), acrobatics and theatre, Roger has been traveling Canada and the world for over 10 years performing street shows where he goes.