Vol. 43, No. 4
Table of Contents
On the Cover: Soviet juggler Mikhail Staroseletsky, a dentist by trade,
warms up for the public show at his first juggling festival - The 1991
Tbilisi Convention. (Photo by John Wilkins)
- Jugglers, Jongleurs and Giocolieres - The EJA Public Show
European Juggling Association
- Juggling to a Different Drummer
The Mud Bay Jugglers.
Peter Mark highlights an artful troupe from the great Northwest
who have flourished with a definitely non-flash style.
- Roughing it in Verona
American abroad Robert Peck reports on the things he expected,
and the things he didn't, at the 14th European Juggling Convention.
- Juggling Around the Revolution
Cindy Marvell tells a wonderful tale of Georgian hospitality for 250
Westerners juggling far from home at the first Soviet juggling convention.
- Starting from Scratch in Japan
Joseph Dias starts a juggling club at a university club where most
students have never heard of the art.
- A Fading Japanese Juggling Tradition
Ed Henderson tells about the traditional Japanese bag "otedama," a
fading traditional manipulation art.
- Juggling in Three Dimensions
Late breaking news and gossip about dozens of juggling performers.
- Essay - It Never Works When You Watch
Conditions of practice.
- Video Reviews
Schedule of upcoming events.
- Classified Ads
- Juggler's Workshop
Basic passing patterns.
- Flash Back
An appeal to dignify the great Selma Braatz.
Juggler's World - Winter 1991 /
Juggler's World Archive /
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