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His family was theatrical, he said, consisting of actors, dancers, directors and one brother who is a model.
He always wanted to be theatrical, too, Donnelly said, but nothing gave him quite the adrenaline rush offered by gymnastics and trampoline. 11, he got a phone call."It was that feeling that everything is about to change," he said. It was a roller coaster those first couple years,."I just never let go of the dream," he said.
In 2010, he aiming for the Olympics in trampoline, but then he heard the Cirque du Soleil was doing a Michael Jackson show."That would be the one show that I would consider changing my path for," he said. It was an offer to join Cirque du Soliel and travel with the show. Ever since, he's traveled the world with various shows, and now is excited to come to Loveland with "Corteo.""I've been very fortunate," he said.
Donnelly said he had to say yes."How would you live with yourself with a no? He's now considered a professional teeterboard and Cyr wheel performer.
A couple years ago, right before his 40th birthday, Paul Noffsinger told his wife he was going to quit his desk job, become a professional magician and work in a brewery.
She accepted it, Noffsinger said, so he quit and started The Mystery Collection and became one of the owners of Wiley Roots Brewing Company."It was more crazy than brave," he said.
The slate includes Noffsinger, Trent Johnson of Greeley Hat Works, The University of Northern Colorado Bluegrass Faculty and performance artist Armando Silva.
The premise of his show, he said, is the idea that objects hold energy."It's kind of a paranormal show and tell," he said.
Although his show is popular in New Orleans — he has performed several times on Bourbon Street — Noffsinger said it's been about two years since he's performed his show in Greeley.
Shortly after finding the box, he found The Great Lewdini, a magician in Fort Collins, to be his mentor and friend."I owe a great deal of the success of my show to him," he said.
Everything came back pretty fast, Noffsinger said, and he'd encourage any 14-year-olds not to pay attention to social pressure and keep practicing their magic. STAGEGreeley Friday University High Graduation, 6 p.m., Union Colony Civic Center, 701 10th Ave. Saturday Frontier Academy High School Graduation, 10 a.m., Union Colony Civic Center, 701 10th Ave. Fort Collins Friday Ragtime, 6 p.m., Fort Collins Marketplace, 3750 Mason St., Details: https://midtownartscenter.com/shows-tickets/ragtime.
He's been a gymnast since he was 5, but even that wasn't enough to keep his boundless energy under control.
So he started training on the trampoline when he was 10.