World Class Talent

Hoops of Fire

Incredible energy and gracefulness keep countless whirling hoops in constant motion around the performers’ bodies.

Hand to Hand

A pair of performers engage in an intricate act of “acro-balance”, showcasing both strength and finesse as they bend the human body and appear to defy gravity itself.

Web

A performer poses and drops hanging from a rope high above the ground.

Icarian

An acrobat lies on his back and spins another acrobat on his feet.

Contortion

The performer will astound you as she turns and twists her body into positions that are seemingly impossible for a human body to achieve. This act has won coveted awards and finishes with unbelievable tricks.

Arial Cloud Swing

A graceful dancer performs dramatic illusions by twisting, turning and bending while flying above the ground.

Clown

Laugh along as the clown juggles, balances and performs acrobatics, all set to a whimsical music score that’s sure to raise a smile.

Cuban Pole

An acrobat performs everything from handstands to somersaults as he holds on to an upright steel pole in a display of amazing strength and agility.

Tumble Track Acrobatics

An act featuring gymnastic skills and grace. A performer twists and turns, doing aerials and somersaults across a padded track.

Percussion

Upbeat and original drum playing gets the whole crowd energized.

Strong Man

A modern and whimsical take on the traditional gymnastics of old, the strong man demonstrates feats of great strength and agility while lifting spirits with a few well-placed chuckles.

Arial Silk Ballet

A breathtaking, romantic aerial ballet performed on ribbons of flowing silk fabric. Our talented artists fly overhead in a display of body form, strength and grace.

Double Russian Swings

The Dual Russian Swing involves two giant steel swings that allow performers to rock back and forth, creating enough momentum to launch themselves 25-feet in the air. Performers simultaneously whizz past one another, spinning and contorting their bodies in the air before landing in an awaiting safety net. It’s a must-see performance requiring extreme precision, timing and courage.

Wheel of Death

ur skilled acrobat controls this towering 30 foot structure by standing, walking and running both inside and outside of the wheel, performing a variety of tricks – from skipping rope to performing blindfolded

Fire Eating

A fire eater is an entertainer, often a street artist or part of a sideshow. The performer places flaming objects into their mouth and extinguishes them by cutting off oxygen. They also practice controlling and transferring the flame.

Fire Poi

ire poi use wicks for the weighted ends (often made using kevlar)The bottom flap of the wick is sewn with Kevlar thread, which ensures the wick has a longer life.[9] . The wicks are soaked in fuel, set on fire, and then spun for dramatic effect.

Stilt Walking

If being tall just isn’t enough, how about our jumping-stilt acrobats? Using spring-loaded stilts known as “Powerbocks”, performers stand roughly 2ft taller than normal, and can jump more than 6ft off the ground! Acrobatic tricks and flips never fail to draw attention, and are perfect for grand-openings, product launches, and any event where large-scale high-energy entertainment is required.

Toss Juggling

Toss juggling is the form of juggling which is most recognizable as ‘juggling’. Objects — such as balls, bean bags, rings, clubs, etc. — are thrown or tossed into the air and caught. Toss juggling is a form of object manipulation.

Plate Spinning

Plate spinning is a circus manipulation art where a person spins plates, bowls and other flat objects on poles, without them falling off. Plate spinning relies on the gyroscopic effect, in the same way a top stays upright while spinning. Spinning plates are sometimes gimmicked, to help keep the plates on the poles.

Bull-Whip Manipulation

sers of this ability can use whips with great skill and ease, move whips beyond their normal abilities such as extending them beyond their normal lengths and/or simply manipulating the whip to move with much greater precision and flexibility. They may also be able to use flexible materials as makeshift whips or manipulate the density of their whips allowing them to clash with sharper weapons use whips as shields.

Contact Juggling

Contact juggling is a form of object manipulation that focuses on the movement of objects such as balls in contact with the body. Although often used in conjunction with “toss juggling”, it differs in that it involves the rolling of one or more objects without releasing them into the air.

Jumping Stilt Acrobatics

If being tall just isn’t enough, how about our jumping-stilt acrobats? Using spring-loaded stilts known as “Powerbocks”, performers stand roughly 2ft taller than normal, and can jump more than 6ft off the ground! Acrobatic tricks and flips never fail to draw attention, and are perfect for grand-openings, product launches, and any event where large-scale high-energy entertainment is required.

Sword Swallowing

An ancient performance art in which the performer passes a sword through the mouth and down the esophagus to the stomach. This feat is not swallowing in the traditional sense; the natural processes that constitute swallowing do not take place, but are repressed in order to keep the passage from the mouth to the stomach open for the sword.

Human Blockhead

A human blockhead is a carnival or sideshow performer who hammers a nail or other implement (such as an awl or screwdriver) into his or her nasal cavity via the nostril. The stunt is often shocking to audiences, who believe that the nail is being hammered into the skull itself. In reality, the stunt plays on the anatomical misconception that the nasal cavity goes upward, rather than straight back. The performer merely learns the terrain of the nasal cavity and lessens his or her sensitivity (and urge to sneeze) until the implement can be slid straight back through the nasal cavity until it hits the back of the throat. The use of a hammer merely adds to the shock value by creating the illusion that the nail is being pounded through bone.

Straight-Jacket Escape

A straitjacket is a garment shaped like a jacket with overlong sleeves and is typically used to restrain a person who may otherwise cause harm to him/herself or others. Once the arms are inserted into the straitjacket’s sleeves, they are then crossed across the chest. The ends of the sleeves are then tied to the back of the wearer, ensuring that the arms are kept close to the chest with as little movement as possible.

Bed of Nails

A volunteer lies on a bed of several thousand nails, with a board on top of him. Cinder blocks are placed on the board and then smashed with a sledgehammer. Despite the seemingly unavoidable force, the volunteer is not harmed: the force from the blow is spread among the thousands of nails, resulting in reduced pressure;[3] the breaking of the blocks also dissipates much of the energy from the hammer. This demonstration of the principles of weight distribution requires that the weight of the volunteer be spread over as many nails as possible.

Pantomime

Pantomime (informally, panto) – not to be confused with the theatrical medium of mime – is a form of musical comedy stage production, designed for families, developed in the United Kingdom and mostly performed during the Christmas and New Year season. Modern pantomime includes songs, slapstick comedy and dancing, employs gender-crossing actors, and combines topical humour with a story loosely based on a well-known fairy tale.