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The Performers

Artists of the Night



Jeska has extensive back round in dance, and competitive cheerleading, which led her to her love of bellydance when she turned 18. Through her new found love of bellydance she started performing first with Mystic Jewel in 2006, and then again with Ghazaal Beledi from 2010-2012 at the Arizona Renaissance Festival, and various restaurants. From 2006-2010 she spent her time gogo dancing in various valley nightclubs, and doing promotional events. She has also been a licensed cosmetologist since 2003, and continues to work in two salons. It was her time spent bellydancing that slowly lit her love for fire dancing, it started with simple palm flames, then fire eating, turned to fire breathing, turned to fire spinning. The journey didn’t slow down there. One aerial arts class in 2013 led to years of training, that led to aerial arts being a part of her professional portfolio. Since 2006 she has performed in countless nightclubs, music venues, festivals, music videos, private parties, and corporate events. Her love for circus arts grows with each opportunity, and she is overwhelmed with gratitude being able to perform alongside the best performers the valley has to offer.



Growing up in ballet as a child Tabitha hit the stage early on. Later she fell in love with juggling, poi, and hula hooping. This introduced her to the world of fire performing. She is now a multifaceted dancer who can be seen performing with fire hula hoops, fans, poi, swords, palm torches, a fire whirling skirt, staff spinning and even stilt walking. "The bigger the flame the better the show", she usually states with a sly smile.

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Tricia Moore aka “Trishnamurti” began training in dance and gymnastics at the age of five. Her background includes; ballet, tap, jazz, modern, gymnastics, and baton twirling. She later studied taekwondo and tai chi with an emphasis on martial art weapons. She started fire dancing in 2001 and hasn’t looked back since! Tricia has had the privilege of performing with many local dance groups as well as traveling the country with The Extraterrestrial Circus and The Jamila Lotus Dance Carnival. She is the founder of The Circus Farm and has been entertaining and training new fire dancers through the company for many years.  Tricia is a choreographer, teacher, dancer, fire performer, stilt walker, belly dancer, LED performer, weapons manipulator, and master of props. She adds a sense of controlled danger and excitement to every show!



Known for her grace and fluidity, Khrystia has performed on the floors of over fifty venues across Arizona. She started as a swing dancer performing for the local band The Swingtips. She later moved her focus to belly dancing, becoming a master of mixing fluidity with articulated hip motions. During this time she fine-tuned her style by studying Hula and Tahitian dance with Kaimikahu Hale O’ Hula of Tempe, Arizona, with whom she performed and competed for eight years. Over the course of her multi-cultural dances, including Bollywood, Khrystia has performed over 1,800 shows.
Twelve years ago Khrystia moved into the air by learning aerial acrobatics. She is predominantly trained through The Circus School of Arizona, Frequent Flyers of Boulder Colorado, and Elsie Smith of New England Center for Circus Arts. She regularly performs aerial acrobatics at numerous venues and corporate events throughout the Southwest. Khrystia’s apparatuses include aerial silks, sling/hammock, rope, trapeze, lollipop, and Lyra.  An entertainer at heart, she enjoys sharing knowledge of aerial by teaching regularly. 
She started her exciting, fire journey ten years ago with the Circus Farm. Shortly after she met her husband-to-be, Francesco Caban, whilst performing a romantic, acrobatic duet striptease on a trapeze for the burlesque company Scandalesque. A few years later they co-founded Aeroterra Arts mixing their movement talents from the air and the earth. During this time she performed professionally all over Arizona and also in New Mexico, Las Vegas, Reno, NV, Oakland, CA, Utah, and Oklahoma.
She has performed with and/or opened for Pitbull, Bret Michaels, Gretchen Wilson, John Rzeznik of the Goo Goo Dolls, The Jacksons, Kool and the Gang, Everclear, Journey, and Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, to name a few.



Brendon is one of the leading fire performers in the Southwest and has been performing since 2007. He has taught classes and workshops locally and at some of the fire retreats in the US including rare props and fire safety. Brendon has performed across the country from countless private/corporate events to massive stages in front of 30,000 people at the Sun City Music Festival and Burning Man where he also jointly holds a Record for burning down the world's largest clock. Brendon is also a juggler, stilt walker, ball walker, contact juggler, LED costume designer and prop manufacturer creating unique designs not found elsewhere.



Jessica Packard has been dancing and entertaining since the age of 4. She has a background in ballet, modern dance, hip hop, theater, and cheerleading. In 2011, she co-founded Phoenix’s first hula hoop troupe, Heady Hoop Tribe. Since then, she has skyrocketed being one to the most sought after entertainers in Phoenix. She has performed at top EDM festivals such as Sun City Music Festival and Decadence Arizona, engaged audiences at exclusive Super Bowl parties in San Francisco and dazzled onlookers at corporate events such as Yelp, Microsoft, SRP and more. Jessica is a sponsored artist by the internationally acclaimed LED prop company, Astral Hoops.

This lady has more than one trick up her sleeve. She’s a professional hula hooper, LED dancer, fire dancer, stilt walker, character artist, interactive entertainer and aerialist. You’ll be left smiling by her upbeat energy, grace and undeniable skill. 



Lindsay started pole dancing in 2002 and has been teaching since 2005. Lindsay was the first pole dancer from Arizona to ever take part in a national or international pole competition. Lindsay owns Prowess Pole Fitness in Tempe and performs all over the valley with her Team Aerial Intensity.
Being a pole instructor and owning a pole studio are the two most amazing aspects of Lindsay’s life, and she can’t wait to share her passion with new people every day.

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Wynter Assets

Wynter Assets, a former showgirl of La Revue Rouge in Paris was released from duty for eh-hem, "questionable behavior" when her spangles came untangled more than a few times. Relishing the audience reaction when her costumes malfunctioned on stage earned her a one-way ticket here where she was welcomed into our circus family for a less restrictive entertainment experience. In fact, if you like what you see, come see more at our premier Torchlight Circus extravaganza.
And keep yer peepers glued here for more info to be revealed soon. In fact, we suspect you won't have a hard time keeping your eyes glued here since this dolly is but one sample of the leggy delights kicking it up on our stage 11*13*21.

The Performers: Meet the Company
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