Fire - Light Performers
Performer "traces" flaming torches over their skin before extinguishing it inside their mouth. Performed solo as well as in groups. A thrilling crowd pleaser.
Fire or LED Fans
Fire performance where the performer utilizes hand held "fans" aflame to enhance their dance/flow performance.
Fire or LED Hoops
The simple ring of plastic that most people grew up playing with, but make no mistake, this isn’t an act you’ll find on the school playground. Our hula hoop artists manipulate anywhere from one to 12 hula hoops on and off their bodies, creating a seamless dance with an inanimate partner. In addition to the normal hula hooping around the waist that most people know, our artists spin hula hoops on every part of their body from their feet to the necks, and off of their bodies they toss, create geometric shapes, juggle, jump-through, and balance hula hoops. Our artists perform with traditional hula hoops, light-up LED hula hoops, and fire hula hoops.
Fire or LED Juggling
Juggling is the art of tossing, catching and manipulating objects. Beyond the basic “3 ball cascade” that most people are familiar with, juggling involves tossing and catching a variety of objects in intricate patterns with the hands, feet, elbows, and head, creating shapes and isolations, and bouncing and rolling the objects off of various parts of the body. Our artists juggle balls, rings, hula hoops, clubs, fire balls, fire clubs, as well as unconventional items such as apples and books. Our juggling artists also perform with light-up LED, and fire.
This is a one of a kind act that you will find no where else!Plate spinning is a circus manipulation art where a person spins plates on poles without them falling off. Plate spinning relies on the gyroscopic effect, in the same way a top stays upright while spinning. Our artist does multiple tricks while manipulating the plate in mesmerizing fashion while the plate is set on fire.
Fire or LED Poi
Poi refers to both a style of performing art and the equipment used for engaging in poi performance. As a performance art, poi involves swinging tethered weights through a variety of rhythmical and geometric patterns. Poi artists may use fire and/or LED (lights) during their performance for varying visual effects
Fire or LED Staff
The staff its self is a rigid flow prop that is balanced and weighted at either end. The performer manipulates this prop over their body and spinning through the air. Lighting the ends makes the path easily viewed. This can be done using fire or LED's.
Fire performers using swords are always high-energy entertainment. Belly dancers use different balancing techniques to balance swords on their head, shoulder or hip while dancing.
Full length performance containing multiple performers showcasing various fire "flow" skills. Breathtaking encapsulation of theatre and fire.