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Casus Creations


Casus Creations is the brainchild of Jesse Scott, Lachlan McAulay and Natano Fa’anana. Our Creations are a reflection of who we are, directors of performance art, and our eclectic voices and visions are informed by the creative stories that surround us. We proudly sit amongst the world-renowned circus community for which Meanjin (Brisbane) is known.

Formerly tethered to the genre of contemporary circus, Casus Creations now lends itself to multiple disciplines ensuring more voices, other forms of storytelling, new experiences and greater spectacles.

Casus Creations aspires to push the boundaries of what is humanly possible and extends our family of acrobats to other cultures, dancers, poets, puppeteers, musicians and theatre makers.

Casus has performed to over half a million audiences touring 27 countries, achieving 66 awards. Our casts are as intimate as 2 and as monumental as 217.


Step into the extraordinary world of Apricity, an awe-inspiring contemporary circus show that illuminates the power of human connection in times of darkness. Inspired by the unwavering strength found in collective resilience, Apricity embodies the feeling of warmth on a cold winter’s day through its stunning visuals, evocative music, and captivating performances.

A symphony of aerial apparatuses, ground-breaking acrobatics, and graceful movement intertwine with touches of humour, Apricity creates a spectacle that transcends the boundaries of circus.

Apricity is a testament to the transformative power of human connection, reminding us that together, we can create a world brimming with warmth and possibility.

“Casus has heart and soul. It has a theatrical and artistic vision that burns into the memory and shoots for more than just slack-jawed awe.” – The Australian

“With Apricity, Casus deliver a masterful piece of circus with an affecting and uplifting exploration of what we can achieve when we begin to look out for one another. Just like the warmth of the winter sun, the darkest of life’s moments can also be eventually filled with light.” – My Melbourne Arts

Kate Malone