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Stellaria Creatives


Stellaria Entertainment & Production trains in-house and contracts out professional aerialists who specialize in innovative apparatus like crescent moon, double hammock, quad silks, LED aerial hoop, lollipop lyra, silk trapeze, aerial net and halo hammock to name a few. We also have traditional apparatus like aerial silks, hoop, rope, trapeze and hammock.

Aerialist on hammock


Stellaria Entertainment & Production keeps a close-knit group of dancers and hoopers in the fold. Want LED, fire or multiple hoops? Yes, we have that and more. And, our highly trained dancers have graced international stages in resorts, cruise lines and theme parks. In fact, some of our elite dancers have also picked up hoop to create a rhythmic gymnastics style act.

Hooper performing foot hoop skill


Stellaria defies gravity and shows strength through various acrobatic acts like pole, handbalancing, partner acrobatics and gymnastics, to name a few. These strong and elegant entertainers are well-versed in many disciplines spanning from land to air, and they know how to bring the production value to the forefronts of their acts. 

Strong acrobat on pole

Specialty Acts

Looking for something innovative and special? Stellaria specializes in original and authentic aerial apparatus perfect for the millennial. Crescent moon, lollipop lyra, aerial net, quad silks and halo hammock are only a few among our plethora of unique equipment. Have an idea for something new but not sure how to see it come to reality? Send us note and we'll make it happen;

Aerialist mermaid on crescent moon


From large theatrical productions to smaller cabaret acts, Stellaria Entertainment & Production's Artistic Director, Jeanette Bent, has over 25 years of choreography experience. Aerial, dance and pole acrobatics are her specialty. If you're seeking a choreographer for any of these disciplines, contact us and we will be happy to help.

Resort stage choreographer


Stellaria Entertainment & Production has curated full productions and dinner theatre for audiences from California to Manzanillo (Mexico) to New York City to Turks and Caicos, and beyond. Each client, venue and production require a unique style and approach, one that Stellaria is prepared to design specifically for the event. We've got a variety of costumes, props, set pieces and technical equipment to work with.

Resort stage set

Sarah Cohen is a multi-disciplinary artist and serial entrepreneur out of Las Vegas, Nevada. Her artistic style is inspired by multiple sources, including productions from Madhouse, Bethesda, and Studio MDHR. She spent a decade working as a circus acrobat, and spent a year touring with Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey as a world famous Ringling clown. She currently is developing her own circus, the Butterfly Effect Circus Co.


Jeremy Mackrell is an up and coming comic artist hailing from Northern California. His style is a mix of Disney, Spindlehorse Productions, and various anime sources. He has done work for projects such as Megaton Girl, and is currently creating comics for Stellaria, such as the anthology noir Tales by Candlelight and the dark furry comedy, Demon of Darkhaven.

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Allison Paradise is a Santa Cruz-based author and entrepreneur, founding The Epicenter.

She wrote and illustrated a unique children's interactive coloring book and journal called "The Mistake" to help inspire and empower young minds in stepping into who they really are and embracing all of themselves. Published under The Epicenter, Allison brainstormed and collaborated with Stellaria Creative Company pre-publication, who acted as a book shepherd, to create a timeline, shop printing resources, organize thoughts, market the book to toy stores and a children's museum, as well as test the book among many different types of children to see how it was received. Make sure to snag your copy by clicking the image to the left. 

Abby (Ginty) O'hara has an incredible and unique story. Born nearly 6 months early, doctors were skeptical that she could have a thriving life, but little would they know how she grew into an intelligent young woman despite all of the trauma and malpractice that her, her mother and her twin sister underwent. In this inspiring story, Abby describes to the reader how she has (and currently still is) turning around her fate, and how you can too.

Jeanette (Bent) Prather is helping to shepherd Abby on her story so that she may one day self-publish her book.

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