Specialty Acts in Massachusetts
So, you know you want to hire talent and you want something totally cool and different. You’ve come to the right place. Scroll through our Speciality Acts below and find the perfect LIVE entertainment for your next event!
Jonah's Twisters Professional Balloon ArtistsBoston Balloon Artist
What begins a fun hobby in second grade grew to a thriving business. In 2017, Jonah graduated from Simmons College in Boston with a Master’s of Science in special education. Jonah is a teacher licensed in severe and moderate special education in Massachusetts. Beyond being an insured entertainer, he has years of experience working with children of all ages.
Eaden MartiMagician & Mentalist
Eaden saw his first magic show at age six and has since been learning, creating, and performing. Even though he is only 18 years old, he has worked hard to be at the top of his craft; including being a finalist in national magic competitions and state talent show competitions. Eaden spends hours every day practicing and learning new magic. He is happiest in front of an audience, wowing them and making them question their reality.
JeanpaulbrosWe make to many Pop Culture References
Born in Boston and raised in Waltham, MA. JEANPAULBROS are twin Brothers who have been making YouTube sketch videos for 6 years. Their sketches touch on subjects like race, pop culture, pc culture, sports, and absurdness. JEANPAULBROS have been performing sketch and improv in the Boston area. They also performed at the 2018 New York Sketchfest. They inspire to be filmmakers and film producers. JEANPAULBROS put a lot of heart into their craft. We can do churches, events and more.
Diane TarazSinger, guitarist, musical historian
Experienced, polished performer and songwriter, interpreting songs in many styles, including folk, Celtic, maritime, a cappella, blues, and pop and jazz standards. Versatile and easy to work with. Programs exploring history through music a specialty. Have made 17 recordings, and more with various groups. Director of the Lexington Historical Society Colonial Singers; adapted “The Beggar’s Opera,” a 1728 play, and directed it several times in Lexington. Play guitar and lap dulcimer.