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Rhythmic Circus
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Information
Sex Mixed
Act Band and Tap Dance Group
Seasons 10
Position Reached Judge Cuts

Rhythmic Circus was a band and tap dance group act from Season 10 of America's Got Talent. They were eliminated before the Judge Cuts.

Background

Rhythmic Circus is a troupe of internationally renowned artists. Since their early start at a small theatre in northeast Minneapolis, they have grown into an international sensation touring to over 100 cities worldwide.

Although the company’s official inception was in 2007, the troupe's core members have been choreographing and performing together since 2000. They were featured on Twin City Public Television's MN Original, collaborated with Vocal Essence in Witness: A Tribute to Duke Ellington at the Ordway Performing Arts Center and appeared in the Crash Bang Boom! Festival at the Minnesota Orchestra Hall.

Themed pieces include costume changes and musical segues that highlight the funky styling of a seven-piece band. With their combined and highly integrated talents, the dancers and musicians are known for leaving audiences on their feet and dancing in the aisles [1]

Audition

Rhythmic Circus's audition in Episode 1003 consisted of performing Robin Thicke's "Living in New York City." Four of the group's members tap danced in front of the band to the music's rhythm. Howard SternHeidi KlumMel B, and Howie Mandel all voted "Yes," sending the group to the Judge Cuts round.

Judge Cuts

Rhythmic Circus did not make the top 80 shortlist to perform in the Judge Cuts.

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