Camille Rule

Co-Owner, Operator, & Founder

“Hi! My name is Camille, and I’m one of the co-owners and the founder of Arkansas Circus Arts! I teach youth classes, beginner – intermediate & advanced pole classes, tumbling, flexibility, and advanced aerial classes. I love to perform and share my passion with other humans of all ages. Check out my bio below!”

A Little Rock native, Camille found her way to the stage at the early age of 4. With a background in Classical Ballet and Dance, she has carried that training over to her Circus career and teaching. Camille first began Circus Arts in 2009 through the art of Hoop Dance. This quickly led to her obsession with other Circus disciplines such as Fire Dance, Stilt Walking, Partner Acrobatics, Hand-balancing, Acro-Yoga, Aerial Arts & Aerial Dance, and theatrical production. Camille is a certified 200hr Yoga instructor, certified Acro-Yoga instructor through Yoga of Trust, certified Acro-Yoga Fit teacher, certified Acrobatic Arts AcroDance instructor, and certified Aerial Silks and Trapeze instructor through Circus Arts institute! She has participated in Bungee Dance training, Aerial Yoga Teacher training, & Beginner & Intermediate Pole Dance Teacher Training.

She has studied Circus Arts, Aerial Arts and Pole at many schools and studios around the country from Atlanta to Chicago to NYC.

Camille has helped produce and performed in shows locally in Central Arkansas including: The Little Rock Variety Society (2014) at Ron Robinson Theatre, Enchanted Flame (2016 & 2017) at Wildwood Park for the Arts, The Holiday Cirque Spectacular (2016) at Wildwood Park for the Arts, Cirque Noel (2017) at Wildwood Park for the Arts, Cirque d’Amour (2018) at Club Sway, The Nutcracker Circus (2018 & 2019) at Maumelle Performing Arts Center, The Fire & Glow Show (2019) at Wildwood Park for the Arts, Cirque Noel (2021) at The Argenta Plaza, and Under the Sea Spring Recital (2022) at North Little Rock High School.

Camille’s and Arkansas Circus Arts’ work has been featured in The Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Fayetteville Flyer, Soiree Magazine, Arkansas Bride (Fall 2022), and Weddings in Arkansas.

Camille has performed at music festivals all over the country such as Electric Forest (2011), Wakarusa (2011-2015), Backwoods Music Festival, Hulaween (2016-2021), as well as local Arkansas Music Festivals and events.

In March of 2022, Camille traveled to Dubai, United Arab Emirates with 4 other performers from Arkansas Circus Arts to perform at the World Expo 2020 Dubai. Arkansas Circus Arts represented the United States performing at the United States Pavilion and providing roaming entertainment on USA National Day.

These days, Camille loves to stay active in her circus and pole training as well as other athletic activities. She continues to travel and seek continuing education. She loves producing shows, building costumes, teaching children and adults, and performing at corporate events and weddings.