Published on: 17 February 2017, at Words of Muses.com
Written by: Lois Maskiell
…The perfect synergy of narrative combined with apparatus innovation, costume, props and a stunning animation of character is a feat difficult and rarely seen in circus and something that Masha executed with exceptional originality….
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Published on: Broadway World.com / Cabare /
January 21, 2016 (by Jade Kops)
Strut & Fret’s latest offering BLANC DE BLANC invites the audience to be immersed in the bright shiny world of bubbles, bare flesh and breathtaking acrobatics.
…The petite Masha Terentieva astounds the audience with a bellhop aerial work over the center of the theatre. (read more…)
The Widow Stanton: Just because your dad was in the circus doesn’t mean that you would fall in love with it, too.
What drew you to performing?
Masha Terentieva: My dad was always touring but when I was 11 we moved to Toronto. Then I was on tour with him with Cirque du Soleil. I basically spent my childhood backstage at Cirque du Soleil (read more…)
Published on: 16 August 2010, Edinbourg, Scotland
A show which began life as a cabaret act on the Fringe has returned to Edinburgh after a best selling run in Berlin. Soap combines circus skills, comedy and bath tubs in a bizarre show which is cleaning up wherever it goes.
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Published on: Melbourn Herald Sun
Imagine if the world was your classroom, writes Blanche Clark about Masha Terentieva.
Danger is no stranger when you’re a Cirque do Soleil aerial contortioninst, writes John Bailey about high-flying dancing queen Masha Terentieva.
To read all the article please open PDF file: The Sunday Age 26-4-09
Par Aline Noguès – Semaine du 18 décembre au 24 décembre 2007 (more…)
Published on: 1/7/2006
Masha Terentieva , an 18-year old, first-year student at the National Circus School of Canada , practises at the Zero Gravity Circus space.