Bringing “The Garden of Eden” to life at Classy Art
Kicking off the Fall 2017 High Point Market, Classy Art once again threw a magnificent party complete with live entertainment, appetizing hours dervs, and refreshing libations. Imagine Circus acts included snake charming, belly dancing, Shibari tying with suspension, and the debut of two new costume looks: a living fountain complete with water effects and a stilt walking garden goddess. Our performers enjoyed interacting with guests and posing for photos throughout the night.
Looking for entertainment in High Point, NC? Imagine Circus offers Secret Garden themed performers for galas, corporate events, private parties, and more! Costumes and performances are fully customizable to match your event theme.
Secret Garden Stilt Walker
Our stilt walkers are excellent “greeters” and will happily hand out party favors, pass hors d’oeuvres, pose for photos, lead parades, engage your guests in conversation, and get the party started on the dance floor. Have a specific character in mind or a special theme you are creating? Hire one of our larger than life character stilt walkers!
Enchanted Garden Living Statue Fountain
Is it a statue or is it a person? Our Living Statues can add an element of intrigue and elegance to parties and festivals. These living, breathing art installations are a unique addition to any event. Perfect for indoors or outside. The ultimate photo opportunity.
Secret Garden Snake Charmer
Our Secret Garden snake charmer mesmerized guests with the hypnotizing ancient art of snake dancing. Offering guests closeup encounters (and epic selfies) with a live snake! Surprise your guests with an enchanting snake charmer at your event! Our professional snake charmers are the perfect blend of exotic and elegant for your next event.
Shibari in the Garden of Eden
To bring a sexy side to this Secret Garden party, our performers surprised guests with a one-of-a-kind shabari performance. The contemporary meaning of Shibari describes an ancient Japanese artistic form of rope bondage. The origin of Shibari comes from Hojo-jutsu, the martial art of restraining captives. We offer unique shibari performances which involve two performers working together to create visually intricate patterns and elaborate knots.
Photos by Desilu Photography
Photos by Red Carpet Photography