Anatolia the fire goddess has a number of fire shows ranging in production size. Anything From multiple international performers and projection fire shows to back yard parties. Along with the shows there is also interactive roaming with fire masks, crowns and wings.
Belly dance fire show
(with projection screen or with out)
The belly dance fire show is ideal for indoor tight locations. Using special fuels that do not set off smoke alarms its safe for most indoor locations. The belly dance fire show uses dynamic fire acts paired with belly dance to create a sensual and mystical production. Show runs between 20 to thirty min long, after the show interactive dance or photos with fire crowns and wings are included in the show.
(large fire shows)
Although many of these act have been done indoors with local fire marshals involvement they are more ideal for out door events. With these show there are a number of themes done on a regular bases and with enough time more themes can be stream lined for specials events on request.
Along with the basic fire show the fire dress and projection screen can be brought in to most out door events on request.
Island themed fire show
(with projection or without)
Take a journey through the islands, explore the mystery of the gods and their story played out with fire. Anatolia works with hula dancers and takes weekly classes in classic Hawaiian culture and dance. In this production she offers a 20-30 min fire island show that can be done solo or with Polynesian dancers. With Polynesian dancers the show is 45 min longer.
This Show show cases more of the magic of fire then dance. With illuminated magic levitating wand, fire umbrella, circus whip and much more. Ideal for children.
(with or without projection)
Like the Dark Circus fire show the Halloween show is great all family show. Done to mostly classic Halloween songs, such as Halloween, night mare on elm and much more this is a fun show for the whole family.
Mardi Grass Old Hollywood show Projection show
A projection fire show that has a Mari-grass feel and a journey through early classic cinema.