eJuggle: Profiles

Interview with Alberto Sforzi

  Alberto Sforzi is a solo juggler and a legend In Italian juggling. He was born on August 25, 1942. Since a young age, he’s been juggling and training every day, in order to achieve some amazing accomplishments. His great act, where he does unimaginable things like flash of 11 rings, 10 rings on the tightrope among other things, led him to become …

Lisa Kamatsubara Profile

In this interview Shawn from Everyday Juggler speaks with Lisa of New Zealand about her recent Tricks of the Month video and who she is as a juggler. She always loved the circus growing up and knew that would be  a part of her life. A defining moment for her was publishing her 4 ball video “Fantastic Four.” Whether in …

Gus, Ursula, and Donald Lauppe

The Lauppe Family was one of the best known juggling duos / trios for three decades. Let’s take a look at these amazing performers. Ursula Hill Lauppe Ursula Hill (1922-1998) was a juggler from Magdeburg, Germany whose performing career began in 1940. She was not from a show business family, but received training from famed juggler Italo Medini. She performed …

Juggling Jems – Rita and Francine Rose

One of the more unique juggling acts of the 1950s was The Juggling Jems. This duo act consisted of sisters Rita and Francine Rose. Francine was born on July 4, 1940, and her sister Rita followed two years later, born on June 28, 1942. Their mother’s name was Frances Rose and their father was theatrical agent Harry P. “Tex” Rose …

Michael and Tux – Dinnerware Juggling Brothers

Michael and Tux (real name Victor) were the sons of the German tightrope walker Willko. Their last name was Kopelky. After his sons were born, Willko created a musical clown act with his family in the mid 1930s. The two boys were hailed as musical prodigies, playing accordion, violin, and their specialty, the xylophone. Performing in circuses and variety theaters, …

Stefan Sing, awareness and audience – ep6 Juggle Jabber

Stefan Sing is a modern ball juggler from Germany. His fluid movements and 3 ball skill has made him famous around the world. Among Stefan’s work is teaching juggling, performing shows with his partner, directing Critical Mess and running the Katakomben. In the interview we also talk about consciousness, dancing, audiences and much more! You can also listen to the …