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The 34th RIT Spring Juggle-In
Saturday, April 2, 2011
RIT Ingle Auditorium
Doors open 7:10 PM - Showtime 7:30 PM
$12 in advance (Saturday in the gym), $15 at the door.
$8 for RIT staff and students, and seniors.
$5 for children 10 and under accompanied by an adult.
Show Producer: Jeff Peden
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Trying to be casual
Trying to be casual is a not completely random show put togheter by Kajsa Bohlin, Wesley Peden and Petter Wadsten. It has a beginning middle and end. In between those anchor points something will definetly happen. Sources say that rings are going to be juggled, clubs thrown, suitcases stepped on, bodies move (and flip) and in between this reality will be questioned. Don't be late.
o credit to Ludde of babeletc.se
Master of Ceremonies - Randy Cabral
Randy Cabral is a U.S. based performer hailing from the small state of Rhode Island. A master of
highly interactive, action packed comedy that is fast paced, funny, and flexible enough to win over the
most demanding audience, Randy has been seen on ABC, FOX, and NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay
While completing a degree in Psychology Randy began performing his unique comedy juggling act at
Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida. By the time he graduated cum laude he had performed over
Since then Randy has provided professional entertainment services to corporate clients such as Glaxo
Smith Klein, Sony, Yamaha, and Cisco. He’s been featured at Hollywood’s Magic Castle, performed for
NASA, and on the International Fringe Festival circuit throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Randy began performing on the seven seas in 2004 on such cruise lines as Royal Caribbean, Disney,
Princess, Oceania and Regent. Someday he hopes to unpack....without immediately repacking.
Guest artists include:
|Tony Duncan has been performing since 1982. He appeared throughout the United States in theaters, corporate shows, nightclubs and colleges, and in different venues all over the world, from circuses in Denmark and Japan to cruise ships in Antarctica. Tony received rave reviews in the Broadway show Sugar Babies, and has opened for such comedic stars as Jeff Foxworthy, Tony Randall and Henny Youngman. Tony worked with Martha Stewart both on her K-Mart commercials and in her TV show. Tony is the winner of the IJA World Juggling Championship, and twice took home top honors at the Variety Artists World Cup in Japan by being named Most Original Act and Most Impressive Act.
|Rochester's own Ward Hartenstein is a performance artist who claims that he "can make a musical instrument out of just about anything... well, maybe not oatmeal... but hold on, I just had an idea for a gravity-assisted oatmeal splat-o-phone! I'll be back in a few minutes." And that is how Ward's mind works. As a manipulator of objects, he is irrepressibly drawn to things that make sounds — weird sounds, silly sounds, musical sounds, and sounds that defy description. He likes to hang out with jugglers because they are easily amused, and sometimes they throw things at him.
|Peter Panic started juggling in 1981 and became a full time professional in 1987. Since then he has delighted audiences in all 50 of the United States. His international appearances have been numerous; including, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, England, Germany, Spain, France, Holland and New Zealand.
|"Tony Pezzo is 17 years old, and has been juggling for about 10 years. He lives in St. Louis, MO, and will soon audition for circus school in Stockholm, Sweden."
A Rochester native, he has been performing since he was 16. He has studied at several circus schools around the world including Ecole de Cirque de Québec in Canada and Scuola di Circo Torino in Italy. Since 2009 he has performed in over five countries and has worked with Cirque du Soleil and Cirq'ulation Locale. In the past year Avi has been studying the art of the Cyr wheel. Spinning and flipping with a brand new act. After seeing him you will think twice about climbing into the clothes dryer for entertainment.
|At the ripe old age of 6, Joe received the comment on his report card "Is distracting to others in class". After realizing he had potential, he earned a high school degree in class clowning, with high honors of most talkative. After training hard all through college, he decided to take his amateur status and make it professional. Joe hopes you will appreciate the hours of hard work he's put into his craft of talking and being goofy, which is more valuable than a doctorate degree. After all, laughter is the best medicine.
Special Seating needs for the show?
Do you have special seating needs? Please talk with our House Manager Bonnie Booth at Bjbjuggler@gmail.com