What do tights and garden tools have in common? The Passing Zone is an amazing professional and corporate juggling duo.
What do tights and garden tools have in common? The Passing Zone. But they won't just juggle your company's products; they'll make you or your CEO part of the act. The Passing Zone custom design their show, tailoring their act to drive home sales messages, corporate themes and other information critical to your company's mission. Juggling is the perfect metaphor to describe what people do in their work day and how they balance life's many demands.
After juggling chainsaws in tights, winning awards, and performing for royalty, what's next? The answer is simple: juggle people. With The Passing Zone's newest creation, their show extends beyond the realms of gravity and logic. The Passing Zone have created the largest-scale, most outrageous juggling show piece imaginable, pushing the limits and taking the art form, well...where no one has gone before. Three volunteers from the audience [maybe upper management, employees, or your customers] are sent flying through the air in seemingly impossible patterns, to the audience's screams of pure delight. The Passing Zone is unique, groundbreaking, as well as hilarious, and it is what makes The Passing Zone the only choice for high-impact, out-of-this-world entertainment. Surrender to the cosmos, and watch your people fly.
“A thrill for the audience, a publicity dream, and a technical wonder – The Passing Zone has something for everyone.”
“Classy, edgy, jaw-dropping and hilarious... The Passing Zone light up the stage with remarkably complex club-juggling and a steady stream of genuinely comic banter... and they bring down the house with People-Juggling.”
--Los Angeles Times
--New York Times
“The Passing Zone had no way of knowing that their juggling act would frighten judge David Hasselhoff.”
“Enough thrills and laughs to entertain all ages.”
--The Capital Times, Madison, WI
“Brilliant juggling sequences as well as comedic bantering and hilarious one-liners, they are worthy of rivaling such greats and Martin and Lewis or Abbott and Costello.”
--The Mustang Daily, San Louis Obispo, CA