Amputee Circus Camp

Director: Dennis Porter
Genre: Lifestyle

A unique circus experience brings together those with amputation, limb loss, and limb difference to explore what they’re capable of.

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Episodes

Episode 1

Erin welcomes participants to the second year of her circus camp and we learn the motivation behind the creation of the camp.

Episode 2

Days before their live performance, everyone is training in full force, but there are still some challenges to overcome before the show.

Episode 3

With their live performance just one day away, the campers continue to push themselves to reach their goals.

Episode 4

After countless hours of grueling training, it’s finally time for the live show.

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