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Stop and Read: Early 20th Century Juggling Manual Re-Release!

Juggling or How To Become a Juggler: the annotated edition is another piece of juggling literature from Modern Vaudeville Press aimed at increasing the fact-checked and scholarly approach to understanding the history of juggling. Thom Wall, author ofJuggling: From Antiquity to the Middle Ages and professional juggler, annotates a re-release of one of the earliest books written to share information for approaching juggling as a profession by Rupert Ingalese.
Two special gifts are received from reading this book. First, we are presented with an opportunity to read a manual written by a professional juggler in 1921. These chapters contain stories of old variety performers, anecdotes of personal growth learned in the art of juggling, and revelations of how similar the professional world of the per...
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Benjamin Domask

Benjamin Domask seeks to combine the skill and technique of juggling with the theory and philosophy of clown under the aesthetic of corporeal mime to create a unique blend of circus and theatre through characters and stories that audiences connect with on an emotional level. Photo credit: Dia Peterson