Something's queer in the butcher shop when a regular day of flirting and tenderizing turns into a crazy meat nightmare! From the great minds of John Hernandez, Petra Delarocha, and Lady Coquine, Prismagic brings you a love story that will warm your heart.. and your nethers! Join us for a super sexy evening of glamour-gore!
BEEF is a circus theatre production featuring aerial, dance, singing, burlesque, contortion, juggling, drag, magic and more!
Frango il Magnifico is a sweet and gentle magician who is struggling to bring his creations to life. When he tries a new potion on his stuffed rabbit, he gets more than he bargained for! This rabbit is ready for curtain call and is not taking “No” for an answer. She is fierce, bossy, and temperamental… all in all the perfect assistant for the bashful Frango. But will she last forever or will she pull a disappearing act? In “Bunny” Prismagic blends simple magic, beautiful aerial, and hilarious illusions to create the heartwarming story about not giving up on your dreams.
"I saw the performance of "Bunny" this evening and was transported. Thank you so much for sharing your talents and making this world a better place."
The show was conceived, written, and directed by Petra Delarocha who strives to create stories that speak to your inner sweetheart and support you on your personal journey.
Are you afraid of the dark? Mysterious things have been happening in Big Sister & Little Sister's bedroom. The TV turns on by itself, there are strange disembodied noises, and worst of all that painting of Raggedy Ann is getting creepier by the minute. Scared of what might happen after dark, the sisters switch bunk beds so Big Sister can keep a lookout with her flashlight. But when five strange creatures come out of the wall, the sisters are in for the night of their life.
Prismagic presents: Monsters! features colorful and fuzzy costumes, a tangible and wild soundtrack, hilarious dances, and thrilling aerial routines. The show was conceived and written by Petra Delarocha who strives to create stories that support you on your personal journey. Monsters! has been described as "Sexy-Fraggle Rock" and tells the true story of how Petra's sister was taken by elves as a child. We hope you'll join us for this cardboard cabaret.
Through the medium of circus arts, Prismagic will guide you to a realm where cats talk and nature dances. Winter has come and River Woman freezes before Cat on Rollerskates can tell her how he feels. Now he must consult the elements to find a way to melt his best friend! Enjoy performances by singer/songwriter Tasche de la Rocha and many more of your favorite Prismagicians as they soar through the air, juggle dazzling jewels, and fold themselves into the shape of your heart.
The Winter is a circus narrative created by local artist Petra Delarocha. The show is sweet and simple but will pull you through a range of emotions. Each costume, set piece, and routine was hand made by Petra and her friends with precision, detail, and love. Petra wrote the original story of River Woman and Cat on Rollerskates when she was 5 years old and now has adapted that story for the stage. By sharing her childhood story, she hopes to create a space where the audience can connect with their inner sweet heart and recognize sweetness in others as well.
Our psychedelic weirdo show gives you the third eye's view inside the imagination of meditating woman. Our yogi combs out tangles, breaks down barriers, and peels the delicate mannequins of her mind. Beautiful aerialists, blind jugglers, and carrot seekers illustrate this guided meditation.
The show was written and directed by Petra Delarocha who was inspired by her mother's (Andrine de la Rocha) memoir of her 10 day meditation retreat in 2010. Moon Safari was originally performed in The Back Yard Theater in 2016.
The North Star has come down to Earth to tell you that every action, thought, and emotion is presently creating the fabric of the reality... Even though you may not realize it or feel like you deserve it, you are destined to become a star in the universe.
Petra wrote Strings in response to seeing depression effect the special people in her life. She wanted to write an uplifting story about why some people have a difficult time and what fate has in store for them. The show featured live music played by a trio of cellists (Diane Chaplin, Julian Kosanovic, & Emily Watkins) and was a menagerie of acrobats, clowns, and jugglers.