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Brunn - Lido, Paris. NataIl~ Enterline - Lido, Paris.
Karamazov Brothers - Nov. 4, Alfred, N.Y.; 5, U. of Maryland,
College Park; 6, Grand Opera House, Wilmington, Del.; 7, Bardavon
Opera House, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; 8, Suffolk Theatre, Commack, N.Y.;
9, Ulster Arts Center, Kingston, N.Y.; Dec. 2-7, Brooklyn Academy of
Music, N.Y.; 26, Stockton State, Pomona, N.J.; 27-30, Annenberg
Center, Philadelphia; 31, Fulton Opera House, Lancaster, Pa. Jan.
5-17; Sydney, Australia; 19-24, Hong Kong; Feb. 3, Laie, Hawaii; 4,
Kaneohe, Hawaii; 5, Maui, Hawaii; 6, Kamuela, Hawaii; 7, Hilo, Hawaii;
8, Kauai Comm. Col., Lihue, Hawaii; Feb. ll-March 13; St. Louis
Repertory, St. Louis, Mo.
Gatto - Bally's Grand, Las Vegas through March.
Jackman - Nov. 2-5, NACA Convention, Lancaster, Pa.; 7, Stetson
U., Deland, Fla. (morning), Embry-Riddle U., Daytona Beach
(afternoon); 8-10, NACA Convention, San Jose; Dec. 19-20; At My Place,
Santa Monica, Calif.; 24-27, Igby's, Los Angeles; Jan. 9-10, At My
Place, Santa Monica.
Jones - Through Oct. 26, Texas State Fair, Dallas. Call
314/227-1049 for other bookings.
Lucas - New Fujiya Hotel, Atami, Japan through Jan. 15.
Marais - Brian Boswell's Circus, South Africa.
Nizer - Chateau Champlain Hotel in Montreal through Jan. I.
St. Jules - Circus Circus, Las Vegas. John Stetson - Explorer Star
Ship cruise through December.
Cirque Annie Fratellini - Sorin Munteanu
Piste - The Eight Christians
Cirque Merano - Lad and Kate Endresz
Knie - George Sollveno
Nock - Luce
Cesare Togni - Papi Family
Fliegenpilz - Andre
Circus Giovanni Althoff - The Tanis Bros.
Circus - Rose and Sacha Gasser Circus Berolina - Klaus Berlin
Carlos Ortiz performed recently with Circus Mayar in Mexico under the
billing, "The fastest juggler in the Americas." He opened
with a fast-paced acrobatic three club routine featuring one high with
a back flip and a handstand catch of a high throw between his legs. He
did four clubs in a half shower and then cascaded five.
moved on to juggling .three and four large gymnastic bails a la
Francis Brunn. There were body roils, two bounced on his head, two
spun while he bounced one on his head, and one bounced while he
skipped rope. Next was a combination trick of balancing a bail on a
pedestal on his head while spinning two rings on his right leg and
juggling five rings.
spit one to three ping- pong bails, including one high with a
somersault, and finished with seven ping-pong bails using his hands. *
comedy juggler Edward Jackman brought his act to Los Angeles audiences
July 24-August 10 in a one-man show entitled, "Comedy... and
Other Dangerous Stuff. " He presented 90 minutes of off-the-wail
comedy along with his expert juggling.
included six rings, seven bails, three bails with lots of difficult
tricks, five bails with three and five-high pirouettes, devil sticks,
cigar boxes, apple-machetebowling bail and cigar boxes.
one point he spun one bail while bouncing one on his head and juggling
two in the other hand. He used his trademark finale of juggling three
tennis rackets while balancing a ten-speed bicycle on his face.
were enthusiastic, but sometimes sparse in the 49-seat theatre.
Jackman surprised many theatre-goers by changing clothes quickly at
the end of the first act, slipping out the back door and entertaining
them outside the theatre even during intermission.
self-produced production, which forced Jackman to miss his first UA
convention in 10 years, was a change of pace from the National
Association of Campus Activities (NACA) campus circuit where he was
voted 1985 campus comedy entertainer of the year.
also recently filmed a TV movie, "Here a Thief, There a
Thief," in which he plays a fire juggling Mexican bandito passing
torches around the kidnapped Audrey Hepburn. The film will be aired