Before today’s assignment I didn’t even know about TED. It turned out that TED is similar to youtube only more educative. I watched 10 different TED video clips and I found this one most funny and interesting.
Dan Holzman and Barry Friedman are more than just a regular jugglers. They use the humor to cover up their juggling failures and they do such a great job.
While the Raspynis sling their share of unique props, their trademark maneuver is stalling difficult, dangerous stunts with quips, asides and even deliberate mistakes. If you watch the video, you will see that it’shard to say whether they make mistakes on purpose or not. They are so funny that audience tolerate their mistakes and perceive them as part of the show. The duo’s arch brand of onstage chemistry often steals the spotlight from conventional juggling showstoppers.
The video is only 13 minutes long, and its very hard to pinpoint which part is most entertaining. I recommend just watching the whole thing.
Some of you might wonder what separate the Raspyni Brothers from the rest of the jugglers. Beside their waggish humor and irresistible stage presence, the Raspyni Brothers use their talent to enrich the corporate surroundings of many companies. In recent years they have carved a niche on the business seminar circuit, electrifying corporate audiences with lessons on teamwork, balance, trust and mortal peril.