An American Vaudeville, Classic Comedy from The Grand Falloons
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The Danger Committee has brought its trademark blend of spine-tingling thrills and hilarious comedy to NBC's America's Got Talent and to venues around the world. At Danger 101, you'll learn how the trio of mayhem maestros came together and brought their knife throwing, stun-gun juggling, yo-yo magic and other death-defyingly stupid routines to life. Learn how knife thrower Reynaldo teamed with a pair of jugglers despite the fact he loathed juggling. Get the inside scoop on a proposed alternate character who never materialized: Dr. Ernst Von Schmelling. Educate yourself like never before via an entire history of the yo-yo. It all adds up to an evening of definite comedy and possible tragedy with The Danger Committee. Learn More
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“A Chaplinesque performance” —The New York Times
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Classic Vaudeville and silent film comedy were born from “The Other” – also known commonly as “the Jew” – in the real world of Americans; i.e. Charlie Chaplin, The Marx Brothers, Sophie Tucker, etc. An American Vaudeville was originally commissioned by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
The Grand Falloons are an ensemble of theater, circus, and design professionals who came together to create educational and thematic theatrics for museums, schools, and theaters across the United States. The Falloons started in the early 1990s with a series of works commissioned by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia.
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