Performing Life: 2019 Atlanta Juggling Festival Cabaret

January 26th 2019 ~ Atlanta GA

In anticipation of the Atlanta Juggling Festival 2020, here are videos from 2019!

First up;

• Here is 7 year-old ClaraJane helping me perform and emcee at the Saturday Night Cabaret Show.

Jenny the Juggler & ClaraJane Perform Dream a Little Dream [2:26]:

 

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• Here is the intro for which the kids did an adorable job of interfering.

Atlanta 2019 Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival Cabaret 03 Lucy Eden:

 

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•  Here I do some indiscriminate blathering, talk shop and blow teeny tiny bubbles.

Atlanta 2019 Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival Cabaret 07 Meredith Gordon:

 

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• Here is the moment Gavin climbed on my shoulders, juggled… and NAILED IT!

Atlanta 2019 Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival Cabaret 08 Jenny the Juggler & Gavin:

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•  Here is the very touching and meaningful “Mouse Award,” showcasing just how supportive and wonderful this community can be.

Atlanta 2019 Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival Cabaret 09 Mouse Award [6:45]:

 

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•  Here is where Cate Great officially lets me call myself “Boston’s Best” Female juggler, even though SHE is.

Atlanta 2019 Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival Cabaret 11 Cate Great Flaherty:

 

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•  Here ClaraJane does a better job singing than I do playing, but alas we had tons o’ fun.

Jenny The Juggler & Clara Jane Sing Wanna Be Like You [2:59]:

 

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• Here -after 14 minutes of the incomparable Abrhams Family performance- is the curtain call.

Atlanta 2019 Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival Cabaret 14 Sem Teresa Nash Abrahams

 

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Alas, this coming year can’t possibly be as fun as the last.  Therefore I shall anticipate a terrible time so that I can only possibly be pleasantly surprised.

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