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Frequent Flyers Productions
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Information
Age (at audition) 21-52
Sex Female
Act Aerialists
Seasons 5
Position Reached None

Frequent Flyers Productions was an aerialist group act from Season 5 of America's Got Talent. It was eliminated in the audition round.

Background

Frequent Flyers Productions, Inc. (FFP) was founded in 1988 and incorporated as a non-profit in 1990 by artistic director Nancy Smith. Ms. Smith and her work with FFP have received top honors in Colorado: Women Who Light the Community 2007, The Colorado Dance Alliance 2005 Cutting Edge Award; the 1997 Glenwood Springs Dance Festival's Choreographer's Project Award, the 1996 AHAB/Neodat...a Choreographer's Fellowship, the 1993 Pacesetter's Award for Arts & Entertainment and the 1990 Arts Innovation Award for Excellence in Dance, as well as numerous grants from corporations, foundations, and government agencies. FFP is one of only a dozen or so professional aerial dance companies in the US. The company produces the only Aerial Dance Festival of its kind in the world. 1

Audition

Frequent Flyers Productions's audition in Episode 510 consisted of aerialists spinning by hanging onto poles arranged in a square-shape suspended in the air. Piers Morgan buzzed the act. At least two judges voted "No," eliminating the act from the competition.

More Unsuccessful ~ America's Got Talent 2010, Final Auditions02:55

More Unsuccessful ~ America's Got Talent 2010, Final Auditions








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