Balloons immediately create a colorful and festive ambiance for your event or party. Each child can choose from a fun menu of balloon creations that will not disappoint. Yes, we do poodles and wiener dogs, but we also do SO much more.
Have you ever wanted to be a dragon or a ninja turtle? A mermaid or a unicorn? A fairy princess or a swash-buckling pirate? Our friendly Maui Face Painters can make those dream come true. Each child (or child at heart) feels special after the transformation of face painting. For the less daring, simple cheek or arm designs are also an option.
FACE PAINTING FOR KIDS & ADULTS
Let us know when booking if you think adults will want face paint, in addition to the children.
Cirque Jolie’s 30-Minute Interactive Children’s Magic Show is great for keeping young children delighted and entertained. It truly is magic to see how Jolie can keep a group of very young kids engaged and happy for 30 whole minutes. Parents love this time to take a break and breathe during the hustle and bustle of a children’s party! And with a production of a real, live bunny and the creation of magic cookies that the children can really eat, this Children’s Magic Show will become a part of their childhood memories for a lifetime!
This show is recommended for young children (2-9 years old). If you want magic for ALL ages (2-102 years old), then check out Brenton Keith & His Bag O’ Tricks at magicbrent.com. If you book him in addition to any of Cirque Jolie’s services, you get an amazing discount!
Stilt walking captures the imagination and inspires awe from children and adults alike. It’s breathtaking and exciting to see a 9-foot tall creature stroll into sight. Stilt walkers are very impactful and will make your event one to remember.
Cirque Jolie stilt walkers can match costumes to fit any theme!
This is something unique you can do to give your event or party that extra pizazz.
About Cirque Jolie
Cirque Jolie’s beginnings lie in Jolie’s youth. Growing up mostly on Maui, she was part of a group trained as “clowns” in 2000 by Una the Clown, and they volunteered all over the island at places like Hale Makua and Kula Hospital. Una the Clown left Maui in 2004, leaving her legacy behind in “Jolie the Clown”, who continued to entertain at events and parties with her balloon-making, face-painting and magic. As the years passed and her skills expanded, Jolie the Clown evolved in to Cirque Jolie. She will still wear a clown costume if requested, but enjoys the freedom to bring a diverse and colorful array of characters to events and parties. She lives in Haiku with her partner Brenton Keith and her son Jet, and performs throughout Maui and the Hawaiian islands.
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