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  • Chinko – The Clever Boy Juggler

    Sep 30, 2016 No Comments

    Chinko was born Thomas Cromwell–Knox in England in 1880. His entire family was involved in show business. He started out performing a juggling act called The Cromwells with his brother, Teddy, who went on to become a famous comedian. When Thomas started as a solo act, he took on the stage nam...

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  • Mind Blown Video Collaboration – Club Passing 2016

    Sep 25, 2016 No Comments

    “Mind Blown” is an IJA collaboration video series edited by Gino Crovetto of Perú, and coordinated by Jorge Vilchis, Erin Stephens and Lucas Adverse. The goal is to select a style of juggling and invite jugglers from around the world to contribute who excel at that style. This video hig...

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  • IJA Tricks of The Month September 2016 Israel by: Asaf Mor

    Sep 23, 2016 No Comments

    Asaf Mor is an Israeli juggler, now living in Lille, France, where he went to circus school. He started with poi in 2003 and now applies concepts from poi and dance to his juggling

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  • Geoff Marsh on “Drop Everything” podcast with host Dan Holzman

    Sep 21, 2016 No Comments

    Host: Dan Holzman Guest: Geoff Marsh aka Gypsy Geoff, the IJA 2016 Fest People’s Choice winner, talks about life and his performing career. Also on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/il/podcast/ejuggle/id1063204159

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  • Make Some Art Comic

    Sep 19, 2016 No Comments

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  • Betty Gorham-Willer Obituary

    Sep 19, 2016 No Comments

    Betty Gorham was born on July 26th 1931 and began juggling at age 13. By age 14, she was already juggling clubs and had been brought to the attention of jugglers through Roger Montandon’s Jugglers’ Bulletin. One of the first jugglers she saw perform was Massimiliano Truzzi. Truzzi’s pe...

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  • Interview With Bri Crabtree

    Sep 16, 2016 No Comments

    Bri Crabtree is a popular performer at juggling festivals and has been developing as a professional juggler and variety artists for the last several years. David Cain interviewed her to learn a bit more about this up and coming juggling star. 1. Will you tell us a bit about yourself (background, cu...

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  • Toruk by Cirque du Soleil

    Sep 14, 2016 No Comments

    The new touring Cirque du Soleil production Toruk-First Flight takes place in the world of Avatar, the 2009 3-d film directed by James Cameron who also attended the New York premiere. Is it amazing and is there any juggling in it? Yes and no. The movie put you in the planet Pandora by making you we...

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  • The Peiro Brothers

    Sep 09, 2016 1 Comment

    The Peiro Brothers (sometimes spelled Piero Brothers) were one of the top juggling teams of the 1940s, 50s, and 60s. Hailing from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Atilio (Teddy) and Hector Peiro were highly skilled at both juggling and comedy. They specialized in hat spinning, devil sticks, cigar boxes, cl...

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  • Torino

    Sep 06, 2016 No Comments

    The following article is written by guest contributer Peter Brunning. Peter is a retired legal administrator who, although not a juggler, has a keen interest in the history of juggling. He has published biographical articles on Cinquevalli and Gintaro, and is working on a longer study of Gintaro cur...

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  • The Tennis Trio

    Sep 06, 2016 No Comments

    Sometimes, doing research on a juggler or jugglers from long ago is just a matter of filling in the gaps.  Other times, it’s much more complicated, like putting together an oddly shaped jigsaw puzzle with no final version to guide you.  Add in the obstacles of pseudonyms, stage names, and perfo...

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  • IJA Tricks of the Month August 2016 Guatemala by: Miguel Hernandez

    Sep 05, 2016 No Comments

    My name is Miguel Hernández and I’ve been juggling for 10 years. At first, it was just a hobby, but for the past 7 years, since I’ve been travelling, meeting jugglers, and studying circus, my technique changed and I’ve gotten carried away by the research and finding new ways...

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  • Serge Flash

    Sep 03, 2016 No Comments

    Serge Flash was born Serge Fomitcheff in 1904 in Moscow, Russia. At the age of 8, Serge was adopted by the Andos Troupe, a group of Japanese jugglers and perch pole performers. The Andos Troupe Serge started working in the Andos Troupe as part of the perch pole act and then moved to the “Slid...

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  • A Message from The Chairman, August 2016

    Sep 03, 2016 No Comments

    I just flew back from El Paso, and boy are my arms tired (from all the juggling of course!). Seriously though, what an amazing festival it truly was. So many incredible performances, workshops, events, and memories. It was very gratifying to hear so many people remark about how great all the venues ...

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