2012 Public Show

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The 35th RIT Spring Juggle-In
Public Show

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Rush Henrietta High School (directions)
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.
$6 for children 10 and under accompanied by an adult.

Show Producer: Jeff Peden

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Featuring


 

Master of Ceremonies - Brent McCoy

 

Meet Brent McCoy, a wildly entertaining comic performer who happens to be dressed as a construction worker. It's like Cirque du Soleil meets The Home Depot! In the Real McCoy Show, he combines circus, comedy, and audience participation for knee-slapping entertainment. His charming character and technical abilities make him the perfect performer for YOU. This ain't just a funny guy in a hard hat, it's the Real McCoy!

http://www.brentmccoy.com


 
 

Guest artists include:

 

Pinky (Pinky Aiello)

 

Pinky Aiello was born Deaf and, it would seem, born to juggle.  As America's only professional Deaf female juggler she has performed at hundreds of venues and has literally been on TV, in Movies and even performed on the Midway at the fabulous Circus Circus Resort in Las Vegas. 

We are especially pleased to have Pinky join us for this 35ht RIT Juggle In as she ia a graduate of NTID and a former student of the RIT juggling class. (She learned to juggle from Juggle-In founder  Greg Moss)

For more abot the many different performances she does check out her webpage at http://www.pinkythejuggler.com

 

 

   

 

 Yuta Asano

 

Yuta is an amazing juggler, and he is also currently a RIT Graduate Student specializing in Color Science. Born and raised in Okayama, Japan he knew nothing about juggling until age 18 when he came across juggling in Kyoto, and joined the Juggling Donuts. 

Specializing in 3 ball juggling and rapid spins, he has performed juggling since 2005 in places like the EJC2011 open stage in Munich Germany, JJF(Japan Juggling Festival) 2007 championship and other juggling events in Kyoto,Japan includign shopping centers, schools and festivals.

As for spins, his best spin in front of audience was a 3ball1up with 5 spins underneath it at the  JJF2007championship.


 

Nicolas Cheucle

  Deaf since he was 18 months old, Nicolas Cheucle is a juggler and circus artist from France. He performs in stage productions and also teaches Deaf and hearing children and adults in juggling and dancing. He is a founder of the performance-company “1880”. He has performed at the European Juggling Convention and multiple other venues.

 

Erin Stephens

  Based out of Durango, Colorado, Erin Stephens performs routines that seamlessly combine a feminine finesse with a technical prowess, a graceful stage presence with a little bit of sass.  An award winning entertainer, she currently juggles with Salt Fire Circus and has recently had the honor of performing at 2 international circus festivals near Mexico City and Guadalajara, Mexico.  Erin is currently on the Board of Directors for the International Jugglers’ Association (IJA), and is enjoying discovering the “political side” of juggling, while implementing programs to benefit jugglers around the world. This will be Erin’s second time returning to the RIT Spring Juggle-In as a special guest, and she is super excited to do so.

 

 

 


 

 

 

   
 

 Ben Christensen

   Ben Christensen has performed all over the USA with his one-man-show and as a part of various productions including time spent with the Circus Hall of Fame and the Laugh Out Loud Show. Appearing on stage first at age 4, clowning, juggling and magic tricks have been his calling for a long time. You can learn more about Ben at www.bencomedy.com

 

Dave Cox

   
I started performing my one-man comedy juggling and strange feats act
in the early 90s. My obsession with developing original material and
hazardous situations has led to “The Toilet Paper Tightrope of Death”
and many other skills, stunts, feats, acts, and predicaments. I’ve
performed my “Shirt Trick” on The Late Show with David Letterman and
my “Pants Trick” on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. I am currently
working on a top-secret project involving magnets. Find me at
www.dangerouscomedy.com

 

 

Rochester Parkour

 
Rochester Parkour  is a community-based organization founded in 2007 by Zachary Cohn and Charles Moreland. Originally a weekly training session that offered free instruction to people of all ages, Rochester Parkour has become a full-fledged movement phenomenon, bringing New York’s first dedicated, indoor parkour facility to Rochester, NY. Featuring I-Beams, scaffolding and rails, wall boxes, vault boxes, and a plethora of precision trainers, the RocPK gym is a fully-customizable obstacle course wonderland. 
 
Rochester Parkour stands as a place for members to share their love of all forms of movement, and offers a unique and creative environment to learn and  grow. The RocPK performance team features members with extensive backgrounds in parkour, gymnastics, dance, non-traditional partnering, martial arts, and a myriad of other movement forms. Their acrobatic and artistic displays are sure to delight and inspire audiences
 

 

The Strong Jugglers

 

After their incredible ensemble performance at the 33rd RIT Public Show, everyone agreed that they needed to make a return appearance. The University of Rochester's "Strong Jugglers" have been long time supporters of the RIT Juggle-In and an incredibly talented group. You'll love their unique style and incredible choreography!

For more about this great group check out their page  Strong Jugglers


 Special Seating needs for the show?

 Do you have special seating needs? Please talk with our House Manager Bonnie Booth at Bjbjuggler@gmail.com