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Charles Peachock on “Drop Everything” podcast with host Dan Holzman

Host: Dan Holzman Guest: Charles Peachock, comedy juggler and inventor talks about career highlights including appearances on America Got Talent, being featured in People Magazine and the development of his remote audio system, The Audio Ape. Also on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/il/podcast/ejuggle/id1063204159

IJA Tricks of the Month March 2018 México by: Carla Barrios

Hello, I am Carla Barrios. I am 22 years old and I am from Torreon Coahuila, Mexico. I’m a member of the company Unicirclo Laguna and I have been juggling for 4 years. 3 months ago when I was offered to do a Tricks of the Month video, I began to explore this style of juggling with rebounds, inspired by …

Andy Sapora plays the Met

Which gig is the most significant gig? A successful one-man show on Broadway? A movie first stunt roll with residuals? An ongoing stage performer with a long-term theater run like The Flying Karamazov Brothers? Or a premier player in a significant Metropolitan Opera production in New York? Andy Sapora has done them all except for the first two. The IJA …

Book Review: If You Are A Juggler by Alexander Kiss

If you enjoy juggling history books, then the last several years have made you very happy. The latest entry into the field is an English translation of Alexander Kiss’s book, If You Are A Juggler. This book is equal parts history and instruction. Let’s look at some background on the author of the book first. Alexander Kiss is one of …

Juggling movies in Colombia – Review

Many people who are not jugglers, and even some jugglers, are surprised to hear that in Colombia there are juggling movies. They comment that they have not see them in movie theaters. Actually, they are independent films and to get them you should talk to the creators directly or in the case of one (which I will talk about below) …

Carl Baggesen – The Clumsiest Juggler of All Time

Carl Baggesen is not a name known by many modern jugglers, but he was a star in the days of vaudeville. Baggesen was born in in 1858 in Odense, Denmark and initially began performing as a contortionist, using the stage name of Klischnigg. In the early 1890s, he came to the United States to perform in vaudeville and soon developed …

Aerial Juggling Acts

Two years ago, I wrote an article about Bert and Chrys Holt. In the 1940s and 1950s, Bert hung by a cable held in his teeth and performed amazing juggling tricks while swinging above the circus ring. Here are some photos of Bert that didn’t appear in the earlier article. When Bert was injured in a fall in 1962, his …

IJA Tricks of the Month March 2018 Japan by Takuya Suzuki

My name is Takuya Suzuki. I’m from Kyoto, Japan and I’ve been juggling for 8 years. I like club juggling. I’m always inspired by ball jugglers. If you like this video, please check my Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/suzutane/