Juggler's World _____________________________________________________________________________
Summer 1992 Volume 44 No. 2
new Karamazov Brothers show this summer maintains a vaudeville theme,
but drops juggling as a central schtick. Karl Saliter writes that this
could be the wave of the K's future.
Francisco vaudevillian Jeff Raz put pieces of his own life and family
history together in a one-man show, "Father-Land," this
summer. Cindy Marvell writes that it's an exciting step into the world
of theatre for this former ensemble performer.
founder Art Jennings writes on what makes a show professional, then a
step-by-step review of his former Bum Juggler act reveals how he put
that philosophy to work for 20 years.
Gatto works up a sweat even before he begins juggling, but it's a must
for mustering the strength to break world records. Juggler's World
interviews the champ about his life on and off stage in Las Vegas.
On the Cover: Art Jennings as The Bum Juggler