Leave every notion of what you “thought” a juggler was at the door. Based in Los Angeles, CA, Ivan brings the term “High Energy” to an entirely different level by delivering an unforgettable show unlike anything you have seen before. As funny as a stand up comic, and as skilled as a chinese acrobat, Ivan is the new generation of performers and is one of the best at what he does. This is why he is a favorite among corporations, colleges, trade shows, comedy clubs, cruise ships, and on the Las Vegas Strip.
Whether Ivan is blindly kicking a flaming torch over his head, juggling ping pong balls using only his mouth, or having you laughing so hard that you should have worn adult diapers to his performance, his show is sure to delight any size audience, no matter the venue. Ivan’s show is guaranteed to change your mind about juggling. His comedy will have you rolling and his skills will have you amazed. If you didn’t love this art form before his show, you will after… or at least tolerate it…
Amazing feats of Comedy with Michael Rosman
Comedy Juggler Michael Rosman loves to perform. His smart, original and clean humor has provided 20 years of laughs on more than 25 cruise ships, at more than 125 colleges, a few Las Vegas and Atlantic City Casinos and for more than 1000 corporate and festival events around the world
From a high school start in 1984 with juggling and unicycling, through a University Of Delaware Finance degree, the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus Clown College, street performing in Europe and a year in the circus, Michael has become one of the most respected and sought after performers from the east coast.
Recently Michael was honored for his 20 years of performing and assistance to Harborplace Management for his work in and with the Harborplace street performers program.
Michael was also honored to host and emcee the 2004 International Jugglers Association gala public show at the Shea's Historic Theater in Buffalo, NY. This was followed by a feature article in the July 2005 Juggle Magazine.
Moira Lee has given over 600 performances on aerial silks since 2005,
in addition to wearing many other hats as a circus artist and variety
entertainer. Based in Washington DC, she has performed
internationally and in eleven U.S. states, and was selected by the
Kennedy Center in 2012 as a solo artist for their Look Both Ways
Larry is a vegan, but don’t let that stop you from liking him. He just really likes furry animals, and kale. He also really likes to devil stick.
Larry began street performing in 1997, and hasn’t looked back; well, maybe once or twice. Since then he has developed a full stage juggling act as well as many other types of performance art. He can be seen frequently at Six Flags’ The Great Escape, in Lake George, NY throughout the summer, and October for Fright Fest, performing magic and sideshow arts.
Whether its from performing music or yoyoing, Chandler Scott is always eager to be on stage! For the past 7 years, Chandler's skills as a yoyoer have been shown to plenty as just a fun tidbit about his life. But now, he's here and ready to be a crowd pleaser!
When he picked up a yoyo for the first time in 6th grade it was love at first throw. Starting off with a trick book and a crummy yoyo, he realized that he loved to go by what he felt was fun for himself, quickly making up his own tricks and material just to show off to his friends. Now that his skills have improved, originality continues to shine throughout his performances.
During his performance, the goal is to promote the love of yoyoing and to blow your mind at the same time!
Matt Kiel is a juggler, illustrator and comic.
He contributed the graphic design for this years logo ..our "club sandwhich" and made last years logo as well. Although this is first time hosting our "Big Open" he's already been performing stand-up routines around RIT for some time.
Mark Angelo - Comedy in High Definition
"Mark Angelo Peachock is a three-time gold medal winner, holds a Guinness World Record, and performs internationally with his wife Marlo. Last seen here in 1998, he is extremely excited to be a part of the RIT Spring Juggle-In 2013."
Everyone likes a little mystery..so we've held back about a few of our artists in the show. I can tell you that they've never performed at RIT before, and that they've already proven themselves in front of many audiences.
We are especially pleased that they are able to join us.
I guarantee that you'll be just as pleased after you see their performances.
Special Seating needs for the show?
Do you have special seating needs? Please talk with our House Manager Bonnie Booth at Bjbjuggler at gmail.com