Chair Balance - Rockie Stone
Circus available for hire, based in Victoria
Be amazed as you watch, and in awe as you contemplate this feat as circus artistry. Prolific Melbourne based circus performer Rockie Stone has created a beatuiful spin on this classic circus feat. Balanced high in the air above your guests Rockie’s prowess atop a delicate stack of chairs on four glass bottles is unmissable.
An act to amaze, wow, and delight in, speak with MTA now about how Rockie can impress all of your guests.
Rockie Stone is an Australian circus performer with a drive to create art with her body. In her work she investigates the body’s relationship to space and time; objects and risk. Her work has involved stark symbolism and abstract imagery and she has an interest in the dissection of form and improvisational technologies. Rockie has been a core ensemble member of Circa (2002-05) and Circus Oz (2007-10) and has performed throughout Australia and internationally.
Inform -performer/devisor/collaborator/production manager; Commission Concert with Fran Swinn & her quartet. Melbourne Jazz Fringe Festival
Tasmanian Circus Festival - performer (aerial rope, solo chair); master trainer (chinese pole)
I want Linguini - director; teenage performance troupe, Westside Circus. Vival La Dolce Festival (20 min show)
Circus Oz - full time performer: aerial rope, chairs, clown, pole, group bike, ensemble acrobatics
Circus Oz - member Board of Directors - tours to Sydney & Adelaide Festivals
A Level of Transparency – audience responsive chair piece; group show. Victorian College of the Arts
Trickster - co-director/collaborator: promonade/installation performance. Victorian College of the Arts
The Cutting Room - performer/creator; aerial act/installation: group show. Chose Wrong Cabaret, Melbourne Fringe Festival
Facet - director/performer; trio of rope/dance/guitar: group dance show. Nexus, Midsumma Festival
Photography Credit: Roger Mitchell
"Compelling" Real Time
"a petite dynamo… a versatile aerialist with a cheeky streak… comfortable and expressive… with crisp solos" Australia Stage Online
"outstanding…achingly beautiful…the highlight of the show" Richard Watts, RRR broadcaster, arts reviewer