Jugglers

Some articles on jugglers, juggler:

Octopus (song) - Recording
... properly, any vocals at all, for several tracks one of them, "Clown and Jugglers" ... several tracks, including "Clowns and Jugglers", were improved upon ... rarities album Opel (1988) under the title "Clowns and Jugglers", which was recorded with the band Soft Machine ...
Renegade Show - History
... The origins of the renegade show a small group of jugglers at the International Jugglers' Association convention in the United States decided that they wanted a late night cabaret ... To begin with it really was just a few jugglers (10 or 20) having a laugh, over the years the Renegade Show has become, more or less, an essential element of the EJC and also of many ...
Races In Revelation Space - Pattern Jugglers
... The Pattern Jugglers are collectives of marine organisms that inhabit widely scattered water-covered planets ... Nobody, including the jugglers themselves, knows their origin, although the inhibitors seem to avoid attacking Pattern Juggler worlds ... marine ecosystems continue to exist beneath the Pattern Jugglers ...
Modern Juggling Culture - Clubs and Organizations
... The first organization to promote juggling and help jugglers was the International Jugglers' Association (IJA), based almost entirely in North America ... There is also the Christian Jugglers Association ...
Enrico Rastelli - Biography
... Many jugglers of Rastelli's day were of the gentleman juggler style ... his choice of three simple props is reflected in the props of choice of most modern jugglers, with balls, clubs (replacing sticks) and rings (replacing plates) being used by professional and amateur ... world of vaudeville was the juggler Enrico Rastelli ...

Famous quotes containing the word jugglers:

    They say this town is full of cozenage:
    As nimble jugglers that deceive the eye,
    Dark-working sorcerers that change the mind,
    Soul-killing witches that deform the body,
    Disguised cheaters, prating mountebanks,
    And many such-like liberties of sin.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)