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Alyssa Morar - Aerialist / Acrobat | Boston, Massachusetts

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Country: United States
Based In: Boston, Massachusetts
Performs: Worldwide
Fees: $1000 - $10000
Alyssa Morar is a versatile performer specializing in aerial arts and spinning cube. She's based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA and is available to perform worldwide.
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Alyssa Morar is an American circus artist specializing in aerial fabric, trapeze and spinning cube. She has been performing professionally since 2007 throughout the USA and internationally. Her performing credits include touring companies Nimble Arts and Cirque Motion, New York City's exclusive cabaret "The Box" and over 200 shows at India's largest beach resort. In January 2014, Alyssa competed in the Golden Karl International Circus Festival (Riga, Latvia) where she received awards from Rigas Cirks and the Circus Artist Association for her fabric act “Breathe.”

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Previous Clients

Celebrity Cruises
Cirque Motion
Nimble Arts
All Wheel Sports
Mirage Entertainment
Wunderlie's Big Top Adventures
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Many performances for high end parties, corporate events and universities including: Party for Hip Hop Artist Jay Z, British Petroleum Executive Holiday Party, and the STRIP by Strega star-studded grand opening.

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Circus Shows Variety Shows Cirque Style Cruise Ships Touring Shows Concerts Dance Clubs Private Parties Corporate Events Wedding Reception Entertainment Product Launches Trade Shows Gala Dinners

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