Juggler's World _____________________________________________________________________________
Spring 1996 Volume 48 No. 1
festival critiquer ThomasL tells what it takes to put on a successful
festival. Pick a Queen, make a list, draw a map and give away 'stuff'
if you want jugglers to come back again and again.
Faje discusses life on stage and off as the most normal performer
inJim Rose's Circus Sideshow. No piercings, lifting, regugitating or
swordswallowing for Faje, just some knife juggling, flames and a
lawnmower custom made for cole-slaw!
juggler James Jay goes high-tech with an act that wires him to a
synthesizer. Author Peter Mark describes how a buck in a slot will
turn him on!
Marvell recalls her Broadway debut, filling in with Cirque Eloize. The
moral? If you want to avoid stardom, just let the phone ring!
Annual IJA Juggling Festival, July 16-20
On the Cover: Mark Faje; Photo by Mark Faje & Rick Mazzei