Tossing around the history of Juggling with David Cain

Winnipeg: Sept 18, 1920

When Selma Bratz walked onto the stage of the Pantages Theatre in downtown Winnipeg 100 years ago today, she was renowned as the worlds best lady juggler. The story of Selma Bratz and the entire history of juggling is discussed in this episode of The Vaudeville Podcast with Grant Simpson. Joining Grant today is David Cain, professional juggler, juggling historian, and the owner of the world’s only juggling museum, the Museum of Juggling History. He is a Guinness world record holder and 15 time International Juggling Association gold medalist. In addition to his juggling pursuits, David is a successful composer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and singer as well as the author of twenty-four books. He and his children live in Middletown, OH (USA).

Join Grant and David as we discuss the intrigues, the history and the personalities of juggling through history.

The Museum of Juggling website is:

David Cain at his History of Juggling Museum (Click here to go to the website)

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