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Gravity Entertainment is a fully insured corporate entertainment company that specializes in highly portable shows, including a number of standalone solo and duo theatrical acrobatic acts that can be purchased ready-to-go or choreographed to custom music: 

-Aerial Performance, including trapeze, silks, sling, and straps
-Handbalance (handstands on top of a high pole-see photos) solo acts, with and without apparatus

-Hand-to-hand partner acrobatics duo acts
-Juggling and diabolo (chinese yo-yo) on a 6 foot unicycle, available as a duo or solo act
-Juggling and balance solo
-High-level pole acrobatics with portable freestanding (no rigging required!) apparatus

In addition to feature acts, Gravity can provide roving or ambient performance with juggling or acrobatics, or full acrobatic and juggling shows up to 45 minutes and at a lower rate than most other companies because we take only 5-10% agency fee.

  • Seemingly impossible stunts
    — Sacramento Stage + Theatre Review
  • Strength and rigid skill
    — Gold Country Times
  • A gravity-defying acrobatic performance
    — Sacramento Stage + Theatre Review
  • His central body core strength is phenomenal
    — Sacramento Bee
  • This skillful acrobat... moves...with grace and ease
    — Gold Country Times
  • Impressive displays of strength and agility
    — Sacramento Bee
  • While all the acts are entertaining, some... [including Rocco Lapaire] are stand-outs
    — Out Theatre Review

Rocco's Acts:

-Pole Acrobatics-

Solo Pole Acrobatics

Rocco is the number one pole acrobat in Atlanta.  He has three different polished international level acts with his own, portable and freestanding pole. It can be set up in any venue, but looks best with at least a 9 foot ceiling.


-Duo Acrobatics/Hand-to-Hand-

Rocco is a professional-level base (the acrobat that lifts another acrobat) and flier (the acrobat that gets lifted)

Rocco has performed acrobatic acts at least thirty different countries, including most of western europe, most U.S. states, Canada, India, and more!


-Handbalance-

Hand balance is widely regarded as one of the most difficult cirque disciplines and Rocco is the most sought after hand balancer in Atlanta.  Rocco can do a handstand on most surfaces and even extreme heights.  Need a handstand on the edge of a skyscraper for your publicity stunt or music video?  Rocco is your guy.


-Unicycle and juggling-

Juggling is a great skill for ambient entertainment.  Rocco can juggle clubs, balls, Diabolo (large yo-yos that can be thrown and caught off of the string), and machetes.  Low light at your venue?  Rocco has high-intensity LED juggling props.  Want to make your event extra special?  At client's request (in advance) Rocco can balance or juggle something from any venue.  Folding chairs, recliners, cucumbers, shoes, hats, walking sticks, fire torches, water bottles, test tube beakers, and 12 foot ladders have all been items Rocco has performed with professionally.

Rocco is an elite stilt walker and unicyclist, able to ride and idle (stay in one place), with one foot and while juggling.  Rocco can also go up and down small flights of stairs and dance.  For low light events, Rocco can light the spokes and shaft with LED lights to stand out even more above the crowd!


-Fire Performance, Rolla Bolla, L.E.D. light show, and more!-

Rocco can also provide his own standalone shows anywhere from just fifteen minutes to an hour.  He provides all props, sound system, safety, and/or fire equipment and can perform almost anywhere.

  • Seemingly impossible stunts
    — Sacramento Stage + Theatre Review
  • Strength and rigid skill
    — Gold Country Times
  • A gravity-defying acrobatic performance
    — Sacramento Stage + Theatre Review
  • His central body core strength is phenomenal
    — Sacramento Bee
  • This skillful acrobat... moves...with grace and ease
    — Gold Country Times
  • Impressive displays of strength and agility
    — Sacramento Bee
  • While all the acts are entertaining, some... [including Rocco Lapaire] are stand-outs
    — Out Theatre Review