Performers

Rose Bonjo

Rose Bonjo - 5.0 out of 5 based on 2 votes

Circus Artist / Costume Designer / Photographer

A trained circus professional, Rose specializes in the art of contortion and aerial acrobatics, including; aerial fabric, single and double point trapeze, lyra and silks. Her other performance skills comprise of hula hooping, partner acrobatics, and fan dancing. Her performances feature unique and complex acts, as well as ambient work which have been featured at street performances, numerous festivals and costume balls. Rose can create customized performances tailored to your event!

Performance Skills

Contortion
Fixed Trapeze
Single-Point Trapeze
Aerial Silks
Rope/Corde Lisse
Partner Acrobatics
Dance
Tumbling
Hoop Dance

Past performances have included:

Carnivolution 2009 - present
Dresden Dolls Halloween 2010
PSCA Circus Soiree 2011
Trapeze for Disease 2011
Dorian’s Parlor 2011
SHOW Us More Tricks: A Halloween Circus Burlesque 2011
Waterloo Juggling Festival 2012
From Out Of The Ordinary 2012

Special Skills

Costume Design
Professional Photography
Sound Design and Video Editing Choreography

Additional Info

  • Performer Skills: Acrobats, Aerial Double Static Trapeze, Aerial Hoops (Lyra), Aerial Ropes / Corde Lisse, Aerial Silks, Aerial Trapeze, Contortionists
  • Act Type: Single Act
  • Available For: Anniversary(celebration of Marriage years), Birthday Parties, Charity, Christmas, Clubs, Concerts, Corporate Affairs/ Events, Costume Party, Cruise Ships, Dances Parties, Fundraisers, Grand Openings, Hoiliday, Kids Parties, Masquerade Party, New Year’s Eve Party, Private Parties/Events, Street fairs / Festivals, Advertising, Award Banquets, Commercials, Film, Product Launches, Promotions, Store Promotions, Tradeshows, TV, Video, Casinos
  • Language(s): English
  • LOCATION

  • Country: USA
  • City / Region: New York
  • State: NY
  • Zip Code:
  • Will Travel?: Yes
  • CONTACT / SOCIAL LINKS

  • Phone: (484) 653-7154

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