Juggler's World _____________________________________________________________________________
Winter 1994 - 95 Volume 46 No. 4
Mills and Nina Cheney are keeping Vaudeville alive and well in
Wisconsin and beyond with a wacky show that makes light of the battle
of the sexes and showcases a little bit of fancy juggling. Jeff Miller
Buzan and Michael Gelb have been taking juggling into corporate board
rooms under cover of corporate efficiency seminars for almost two
decades. Now they've condensed their high-priced seminar secrets into
a low-priced book called "Lessons From the Art of Juggling."
away the props, grab a mug of hot chocolate, find a comfortable seat
by the fire and enjoy a plethora of new juggling stories. Dean
Burkey's "Turning Point" spins a whimsical tale of a
high-wire juggling artist on the brink of a career change. Andrea
Gollin's "The Juggler" describes a warm relationship between
a sister and her brother, whose confidence is failing his talent. And
six-pack of thoughtful and insightful essays... Laura Rodley on life
via a juggling performance in Harvard Square. Duane Starcher tries to
answer the unanswerable question, "Why Juggle." Victor Nash
reveals his innermost feelings when faced with his first class of
young jugglers. John Nations talks about "Backcrosses".
Raphael Harris takes himself seriously and Aldente Fettucini looks at
the effects of a too-long trip in Japan.
On the Cover: Illustration by Sally Ross