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Siraldi
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Johnson City, Tennessee
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I work in Restaurants and also do small venue shows (such as birthday parties and nursing homes/ assisted living facilities). I am working on a stage/parlor sized show and really enjoy adding juggling to my act. As of now I do multiplying billiard balls or sponge balls and use a change bag to change them into my juggling balls. I have a few minute juggling routine... mainly eating an apple and juggling. I am learning ring and club juggling (3 is my limit for those and 4 balls is my limit at the moment). I was hoping to maybe get a few ideas for adding some juggling with magic instead of just "WHAMO! Here's my juggling balls"

I really appreciate any ideas! I think that juggling and magic should be closer!


Sincerely

Siraldi
jimgerrish
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I assume you know the "color changing rings" juggling moves. If not, learn them. You can also reach through the rings while juggling and produce scarves, which get juggled along with the rings, or rings in one hand and scarves in the other. Then you can stop juggling and do a penetration of a scarf through a ring as a magic effect. Spellbinder is about to release his thoughts on performing with "Porcupine Balls" in The Wizards' Journal #24. He points out that you can juggle porcupine balls more easily than sponge balls, and you can also do sponge ball type magic with them.
Siraldi
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I just checked out the color changing rings! That is awsome! I've never seen it until now. Thanks so much! And I never thought of porcupine balls either! I'll work with this. Thanks so much!
magicmanu
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I think this one could be somthing for u
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JI03MW3Oms&feature=related
jimgerrish
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Just don't adopt his facial expressions; a teenager in angst.
Siraldi
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Lovely performance! The facial features suited him... but I try to not make people think I'm too odd. Wait... I am a magician... so re-phrasing: I try to not make people think I use cocaine. But that was a brilliant performance! Very much appreciated!
hocuspocusjay23
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Great performance! I find more cool stuff on here everyday. Thanks so much for sharing.
Dick Oslund
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TOMMY CURTIN (probably retired now) was a top pro juggler and lived in your area. I haven't seen him in 15 to 20 years, (when I was on the road for National School Assemblies. He had bought a movie theater, either in Bristol or Johnson City (I've forgotten which).
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If you have the time and inclination, contact juggling can be done in confined spaces and looks just great.
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