You simply include 2-3 elements of a bubble show in your program. E.g., you'll have a Human inside Bubble act and 2 or 3 small-size wands. During the games or some other theatrical show, you will use these attributes. If this is your story – you are amateurs.
You want to have a bubble show inside your program. That is, you'll perform a few tricks, have a more or less decent set of equipment for the bubble show and some accessories. This might be a combination of children's animation and a bubble show. Or it might be an event (a wedding, a corporate party) including a bubble show.
Such people can be called professional animators of bubble shows. In fact, there's a huge layer of such artists. They show sufficient interest, but because of their universality, they cannot dedicate themselves to bubble shows in the right extent.
And the third category, including myself, is the fanatics of one cause. People who are completely immersed in the genre, constantly seeking, fantasizing and analyzing their work. They think everything through to the smallest detail: towels, an artist's image, a pose, music, additional effects. I call them bubble show artists.
Illusion performance is the oldest kind of a bubble show. You may say, it's a classic. A vivid representative of this is Fan Yang. In Russia, the magicians started using bubble shows. Bubble shows in the format of magic tricks.
Theatrical performance is also a classic. A bright representative of those is Pep Boy, with his own productions and with modern ones, including those shown while touring in Russia. For example, the "Clinc" Theater. Here you can see reprises, and a cycle of reprises, and a certain theatrical performance based on tricks with bubbles.