Alexander Kiss wrote, "If You are a Juggler" in the USSR in 1970. Now that it finally has been translated into English, we can all learn from this Russian circus icon and master juggler. In 1969 Alexander won the Rastelli Award, given to the top juggler in the world. In this book, Alexander Kiss shares his life's work while also offering insights to jugglers and other performers alike. From stories of juggling greats to descriptions of their famed tricks, this is a collection of valuable information to all who read it. Learn Alexander's thoughts about proper practice technique, how to structure an act, correct body position, originality, developing new tricks, prop decoration, and much more.
About the Author
One of the most important names in the history of juggling is Alexander Kiss. Alexander Kiss (1921-1990) was a juggler and Russian circus icon, who started performing in the circus at the age of 4. He always never dropped in performance and created many new and complicated juggling tricks. In 1969 Alexander won the Rastelli Prize given in Bergamo, Italy to the top juggler in the world.