Juggler's World _____________________________________________________________________________
Winter '97 - Spring '98 Volume 49 No. 4
Hart has found success selling an act that builds on his Pacific ethnic
heritage. But what's a natural advantage on the one hand works against
him sometimes. He's confident, though, that hard work and his developed
skills with and without props will take him far in Hollywood.
Joseph Weisberg tells the tale of a driven juggler named Julian, a numbers monster who didn't know when to stop. Talk about suffering for your art!
Read all the details on the IJA's 51st anniversary festival this summer in Primm, Nevada. Get ready for big shows, big roller coasters, a monorail, and the best hotel rates anywhere in the desert! The registration deadline is coming up soon, so make your plans now!
McDonald says "farewell" to the lJA's 50th anniversary
festival with an examination of the late-night scene on. the gym floor,
while Russ Kaufman muses on what he learned from sitting among the
living legends at the Cascade of Stars Show.
Hutter composes the story of Canadian juggler (or is it
"non-juggler?") Bill Ferguson, who takes the concept of a
challenge juggle to whole new levels of psychological intrigue and
drama. It's a routine that audience members love... as long as they
Jack Kalvan resorts to scientific formulae and a unique hand tool to answer the age-old question, "Just how many balls is it possible for a person to juggle?"
The Salt Lake City juggling club has found a home in a local shopping mall, and the elements of the successful arrangement have proved profitable for management, shopkeepers and jugglers alike.
On the Cover: David Hart