A renegade show at a juggling convention is "an open stage where anyone can, at short notice, get up and perform just about anything". At their best, they allow amateur jugglers to perform a couple of unique tricks for fellow jugglers without having to prepare a whole programme. However, they have a reputation for sometimes dragging on as each juggler attempts to "out-post-modern" the previous one.
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... The origins of the renegade show a small group of jugglers at the International Jugglers' Association convention in the United States decided that they ... IJA event, so they found a local bar/venue and put on a show ... The idea was motivated and created by the Renegade Juggling Company (based in Santa Cruz, California) hence the name 'Renegade Show' ...
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