Jon has a number of routines available for stage and cabaret. These include a routine with balls, rings, clubs, and cigar boxes all tightly choreographed to music with a high skill level. Again, he is able to tailor these acts for street entertainment providing there is an available sound system (he can provide the music in a number of formats). The requirements for these routines are minimal, and each routine can be subtly altered to fit the venue
'No Ball Jokes?!' is a quick paced routine using lots of different sizes of balls. It involves the juggling of 3-7 balls and also demonstrates tricks with balls balanced, spun and juggled, at some points, all at the same time! The music used for this act is 6 minutes and 22 seconds long and is a fun and funky track that really makes you want to groove!
'Hip Hop Clubs' is similar to the 'No Balls Jokes?!' routine in the way that it has a quick tempo, and is highly skilled and choreographed to a funky hip hop track (James Brown Remix - 3 minutes 37 seconds). It involves the juggling and manipulation of 1-5 clubs in a slick, stylish and funky style.
'Tricks with Bricks' is a slick routine using the manipulation of up to 7 cigar boxes. The balancing, throwing and tumbling of the boxes is tightly choreographed to a big band jazz piece that is 5 minutes and 9 seconds. Comical yet skilled, this routine is a great crowd pleaser!
'Glow Balls' is a spectacular routine involving the performance of various vivid and artistic patterns. These vibrant glow balls strobe, fade and flash in a variety of colours and effects that are a delight for any audience to watch. This routine is perfect for stage and is also more than suitable as walkabout or meet and greet for nightclubs etc.
'Mixed Juggling' is a routine that uses balls, rings and clubs. The element that makes this routine different from most other juggling routines is that there is never one type of prop juggled at one time. Sometimes he will use 2 balls and 2 rings; sometimes 4 balls and a club; and other times 2 balls, 2 rings and a club! This routine is set to a celtic track with a good beat (4 minutes 8 seconds).