Victor Vauban Júnior is a circus performer in love with his new-found passion: writing. As an aspiring dramatist, Mr. Vauban has had his works feature at the Writer’s Guild, The Guild magazine and have had his plays read at the Classical Theater of Harlem’s workshop. He started his writings at the, “Writers in Performance” at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center under the tutelage of Mario Giacalone Program Director of the BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, in 2012.
Mr. Vauban’s works are attentive to the inevitable dilemmas society has faced since the beginning of its history. As a circus performer he has taught at the social program of Cirque du Solei, Cirque du Monde and performed with a number of international circus companies such as: UniverSoul Circus, Gran Circus Norte-Americano, Beto Carrero Show, Gran Bartholo Circus and Circus Amok.
Most recently, his plays, “The Decay of a Rose” and “Martin’s T.R.U.T.H.” have been performed at, Harlem 21 Playwright Annual Festival and the Spring Forward Festival. Mr. Vauban is an eternal admirer of the arts and is always willing to share his passion for arts with his students, friends, and community.
His Works include “Brother Sou”, “My Svengali”, “Florida – It’s Gonna be Friday”, “Zephyr”, “Alonzo & Helen”, “Don’t Tell Nobody I Cried”, “Remember to Wear Your Uniform”, “The Audition”, “The Given Sunday”, “Claudia from 6 to 12.”, “It Will Get Better, Martha”, “Countess Von Keyzenberg’s Chronicles”, “Mr. Lee’s Tears” and Pierre and Virginia.
Martin’s T.R.U.T.H.: NY WinterFest, Hudson Guild Theater, 441 West 26th St. January 18 and 19 @ 6:15pm and January 21, 2018 @ 8:30pm