Creating art with movement, JoJo Munkee uses various props to tell interpretive stories through dance. Routines may include colorful butterfly wings, veils, zills (finger cymbals) a sword, and sometimes even a blind fold! Performances are family friendly.
*Some props, like the wings, will require plenty of open space in order to be used.
Price Range: Contact for rates
What to Expect
JoJo is able to adjust her style to accommodate the audience and venue. While she has a selection of routines set to a collection of music, as a sideshow she is also capable of freestyling to any music and instrumental sounds around her.
JoJo first took an interest and began learning the art of Egyptian style Belly Dance in 2000 while living in Germany. She has since incorperated other styles such as Indian and tribal fusions into her routines. Her goal is to expand her abilities with more theatrical props and gimmicks that will keep things fresh and exciting!
Additional Booking Notes
For rehearsed routines, a sound system capable of playing back sound files from a computer or smart device is required. Sound operators will need to have the files transferred to their system ahead of time. A run-through of the routine before opening may be necessary to test sound and allow any adjustments to be made for the alotted space.
Lighting is up to the creative style and ability of the venue. Feel free to keep it simple or go wild. Have fun with it!
Many routines can be adjusted for smaller spaces, however, larger props such as the wings and sword will require plenty of open space in order to be used safely.
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