With a show stopper costume worn by guest ringmaster- Colette Cyrus-Burnett, stilt walkers, dancers, performers and guests from the Caribbean contributed to the wonderful celebration of cultural family entertainment under the big tent of the Universoul Circus.
On Wednesday April 18, 2012, carnival costume manufacturer Caribbean Passion Inc. was front and center as Colette Cyrus-Burnett high stepped in colorful jewels and oversized feathers.
Burnett is the owner of Super Wings and was selected by the Universoul Circus committee to act as ringmaster for its Brooklyn opening night, titled “Fire Night.”
Prior to the Brooklyn Fire Night, the Trinidadian native and “wing master” hosted a day of celebration at her Super Wings located within the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn. Sharing wings, music, dancing, including stilt walking fun, Burnett proved that being ringmaster is not only under the bigtent but out within the community.
Caribbean Passion also provided costumes for display for the community day. Hostesses dressed in Caribbean Passion costumes, passed outBurnett’s variety of tasty wings to the crowd.
CEO of Caribbean Passion Inc., Shola Thompson is very honored to have produced a costume that was featured in a historical traveling entertainment staple.
“This is just the beginning. We hope to be a costume producer for other featured circus performers,” Shola Thompson shared with press.
Colette’s corset was designed by Claude Desir, head and shoulder piece was designed by Nicole Mebane.
To view other costumes produced and designed by Caribbean Passion Inc. visit www.mycaribbeanpassion.com.
For great wings head to Super Wings- 888 Utica Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11203.
For complete schedule of the Universoul Circus visit www.universoulcircus.com.