Bromley Lowe

The creator, producer, and main performer of YoJo is Bromley Lowe who has quite an extensive professional background being a “character” … You see, for over 10 years, Bromley made his entire living performing as a Major League Baseball mascot for the Baltimore Orioles. As the head performer of “The Oriole Bird” from 1994 – 2004, he entertained millions of fans during Orioles home games and at thousands of outside promotions. He also helped create the concept for the…

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Vince Eisenson

Vince is glad to be touring and performing with YoJo for his fourth school year. When not on stage or traveling with the big blue guy, Vince enjoys teaching theater to elementary, middle and high-school students in the Washington, D.C. area. He also acts with various theater companies in the D.C. area. Vince has performed with Shakespeare Theatre Company, Chesapeake Shakespeare Co., Firebelly Productions and Georgetown University. He also is a loving housepet owner of 8 dogs, 4 raccoons,…

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Philip Doccolo

Philip will be performing with YoJo for a second straight school year. He is a graduate from Washington College with a theater degree, and has performed in several plays with Zero Hour Theatre, Glass Mind Theatre Company, and Run of the Mill Theatre in Baltimore. Philip loves spending as much time as possible on stage, and has taught theater to children at Curtain Call Theatre camp in Easton, MD. He is also a game show host of live trivia…

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Nate Welch

Nate recently joined the YoJo crew this past February, but he is no stranger to performing and education.  In fact, Nate has more than 12 years of mascot performing experience that includes the University of Nebraska Huskers, the NCAA, and various professional performing companies and minor league baseball teams.  He is also a former television reporter for the ABC and NBC stations in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.  Nate has plans to bring The YoJo Show to not only the…

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