Trevor Kafka is an experienced performer and instructor of circus arts in the Boston-area. He is a graduate of the ProTrack program at the New England Center for Circus Arts and currently teaches classes in aerial acrobatics at Esh Circus Arts in Somerville, MA and performs with the Boston Circus Guild. During the summer Trevor also teaches aerials at Circus Smirkus Summer Camp in Greensboro, VT.
Trevor brings extremely high skill level and theatrical character to his aerial work, which includes the disciplines of aerial silks, single point trapeze, static trapeze, aerial rope, aerial sling, and aerial hoop. Trevor's skill set also extends to handbalancing and floor acrobatics.
Trevor is also a strong enthusiast of physics, mathematics, and Chinese, and also teaches 12th grade physics Wellesley High School in Wellesley, MA.
What *is* circus, you may ask? The most succinct answer is the following: circus is athletic art.
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