Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Variety Arts Comedian Larry Rundle comes to RIT

Some of the most difficult things in the world are of course, speaking in public, riding a unicyle, and escaping from a straight jacket.  Larry Rundle can do all three.  Actually he can do them all at the same time as in his hilarious straightjacket routine. 
Larry started juggling as a freshman in college, which had a profound effect on his pursuit of a degree in American Literature. In 1998, he began street performing in a small tourist town in upstate NY.  Since then he has has performed at countless venues and events throughout New York. Larry is the consummate variety artist, and with the combined performing skills of  over 17 years on the stage and street there a few things he cannot do. Juggling Torches, Whirling Devil Sticks, 6 foot unicycle with machetes, or Classic side show stunts are just a few of the things on his long list.

Known for his crazy high-energy blend of stand-up and  physical comedy, as well as his ability to improvise with the audience in the moment, his performances are always full of surprises. We are thrilled to have Larry as this years host of the Friday showcase  The Big Open  at the 38th RIT Spring Juggle-In, April 1-12 2015.  You can find Larry online at larryrundle.com

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