aka Della Plaster
A vaudevillesque performer, artistic collaborator, emcee, workshop leader, tickler of funny bones, and master of fun!
When forced to write bios for the various productions, festivals, etc., that I'm so lucky to be a part of, I call myself "tickler of funny bones, master of fun." And that pretty much sums it up. Sure I juggle, dance (from belly to zombie), emcee, and more, but the underlying theme is fun. Heck, I even refuse to call my business cards "business cards." They are instead "fun cards."
While this element of fun started as merely a good reason to get invited to parties, it has (to my constant amazement and glee) transformed into a career. Yup, life is good and even better when you get to do what you love for a living.
Frank N. Stein
aka Wren Schultz
A juggler who believes that juggling, and all circus arts, are just too fun not to share with anyone he meets!
A winding path that started with a childhood fascination of juggling eventually led Wren to where he is today: juggler, performer, and circus skills workshop teacher. Whether juggling on stage with his partner Della balanced atop his shoulders, or encouraging and coaxing youngsters to find their own fascination in objects flying through the air, Wren considers the opportunity to share his passion with others to be a lucky way to make a living.
When not in schools with The Real Food Show, look for Wren at libraries, festivals, county fairs, and anywhere else people might appreciate a good old-fashioned juggling show.
aka Jason Quick
A one-armed juggler combining circus arts with spoken word to amaze, astound and inspire audiences of all ages!
Jason has been juggling for schools, libraries, festivals, and other public and private events around Washington for the last 15 years. These shows bring up big questions but they are mostly about finding joy in whatever you do and sharing that joy with everyone.
There is a playful quality to these performances that makes them fun for Jason as well as the audience. Juggling bowling balls is Jason's symbolic way of tackling the impossible to set an example for those who watch.