Do you have what it takes to be The Circus Mojo Bearded Lady? (Beard Not Required) Do you have circus skills or the burning desire to learn circus skills? Then do we have a deal for you! Circus Mojo is working with the Youth Internship Program from Northern Kentucky Area Development District, which provides […]
Prefer to spectate rather than perform? Bring us to your next celebration, fundraiser, or corporate event. We can provide entertainment for all sorts of events, and Circus Mojo’s Creator and Motivational Clown, Paul Miller, has produced and performed events for a host of prestigious clients. Kira Haid walks the tight wire at Cirque De-Stress. Manuel
Sunday Night Juggling Class 5:30 -6:30pm – Juggling classes are open to all ages and skill levels. You can come to learn the basics, or to hone your skills and advance! $20 per class (includes 1 Bircus Beer or Non Alcoholic Drink) Register Here! Sunday Night Juggle Jam 6:30 – 8:00pm – After Juggling Class
We have two weeks of summer camp for 2024! June17-21 & July 29-August 2 Camp runs Monday through Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm with a 2:00 show on Friday for friends and family. Before and after care is available from 8:00am until 5:30pm (must pre register for before/after care) Circus Mojo Summer Camp is open to participants ages 8 to 17 Summer Camp is $300 per camper. and a little more: To date Circus Mojo has donated over $25,000 of Summer Camp to area schools, non-profits and benefit causes. Click here
Circus Mojo’s Operations Manager – Renee Harris Who’d have thought she’d wind up in a circus? Circus Mojo that is. All of her life, Renee has used both sides of her brain. Renee’s business studies include Accounting, Economics and Communication while her music studies include Piano, Voice and Choral Conducting. Renee has worked in a variety
Circus Mojo’s Company Artist – Sharon Alvarez-Miller Born and raised in Mexico City, Sharon took aerial silk lessons as part of a successful government program that keeps youth out of the streets. In 2010 she moved to Cincinnati with her husband and after weeks of searching for a place to practice silks, she found Circus Mojo.
Paul Hallinan Miller has assumed the archetypal role of the clown with gusto and has used his vision and determination to become an entrepreneur in the circus arena and beyond. After successfully gaining admission to the prestigious Ringling Bros. Clown College, he dropped out of the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music (CCM) and