AVAILABLE APPARATUSES

Our artists are trained in a variety of dance styles and apparatuses! Explore the different apparatuses we offer below.

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ACRO CHAIR

Also known as chair dance

Being an everyday item, chair incorporates musicality and acrobatics to create exciting and unexpected routines. Chair performances aren't just limited to sexy burlesque. There's a chair dance for any mood or style.

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AERIAL CUBE

Also known as cube

An apparatus made with ~1" circular metal bars - 12 bars welded at the corners to form a cube shape. They are typically 35-40" along an edge and can be rigged on 1, 2, 3, or 4 points. These are most commonly seen as solo, duo, or trio aerial acts.

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AERIAL HAMMOCK​

Also known as aerial sling

Though this apparatus' name conjures images of lounging in your the back yard, hammock can be thrilling and athletic or sublime and ethereal. Aerial Hammock is great for either a center stage routine or ambient dance to bring vibrance to your event.

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AERIAL SILKS

Also known as split fabrics or (aerial) tissu

Silks are an iconic cirque apparatus, often requiring higher ceilings or rigs to perform dynamic drops.

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BELLY DANCING

Tribal-Fusion styled dance

This ancient dance style uses expressive movement and intense isolations to deliver performances ranging from sultry and enigmatic to vibrant and bubbly. Though it originated as a social dance among women in arabic cultures, it has evolved into many distinct styles.

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CONTEMPORARY DANCE

A hybridization of ballet and modern dance

Pulling technique from ballet and stylization from modern dance, contemporary dance is a popular genre that is both highly entertaining and versatile.

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FIRE FLOW ARTS

Including fire dance, fire poi, fire wings, etc.

Fire flow arts encompasses traditional rave-style dance to contemporary belly dance and even extends to aerial arts. Our fire artists are highly trained and insured. Some of our artists are able to add fire elements to their other aerial apparatuses.

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FLYING POLE

Also known as aerial pole

If pole weren't already an exciting and versatile apparatus, the flying pole takes it into the air adding a new dimension of movement and excitement to performances. Flying pole is available in two distinct configurations - one suspended entirely in the air and one utilizing a base allowing the pole to pivot in a unique movement pattern.

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INVENTED APPARATUSES

Also known as custom apparatuses

Invented apparatuses prove that imagination is the limit. These custom apparatuses designed by aerialists in partnership with welders and fabricators  provide unique and imaginative performances you don't regularly see.

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LED FLOW ARTS

Includes isis wings, LED fans, etc.

LED flow arts is a great way to keep the party going! Our LED dancers utilize light-up props combined with dance or an aerial apparatus to create awe inspired routines or captivating ambient dances.

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LOLLIPOP LYRA

Also known as lyra pole

This apparatus is a portable amalgam of pole and lyra that showcases the best of both as well as enabling all new sorts of routines. Lollipop Lyra is a popular event choice due to its portability. It requires less height than an aerial rig and is easy to set up in environments with more space limitations.

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LYRA

Also known as an aerial hoop or cerceaux.

A lyra is a metal hoop suspended in the air. Lyras can be configured in a variety of ways, but most commonly a Lyra is rigged from either a single or double point. The number of connectivity points is based on performer preference and routine requirements.

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SWORD DANCING

Also known as sword balancing

Many of our belly dancers are also skilled in sword dance. With sword dance, the dancer balances one or more swords on their body as they perform.

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TRAPEZE

Includes static (double point) and dance (single point & spinning)

Another iconic circus apparatus. Trapeze routines range from dynamic dance to static acrobatic feats performed by a single aerialist or a duo.

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POINTE

A specific style of ballet

Pointe is traditionally used by highly technical and formal ballerinas. Our pointe artists go one step further, incorporating the iconic shoes into modern dance styles and other cirque apparatuses.

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POLE

Includes cirque-styled pole

Commonly associated with adult entertainment, pole is a versatile apparatus that can lend itself to acrobatics, graceful dance, sexier routines and anything in between.