Thom Wall, Master of Modern Vaudeville
Multi-award-winning Cirque du Soleil juggler Thom Wall - the Master of Modern Vaudeville - wows audiences worldwide. A dazzling performer, he surprises audiences with nearly impossible tricks using household objects.
Thom's unparalleled variety show combines sophisticated Vaudeville revival acts with spectacular juggling technique. He’s shared the stage with the Rockettes at the Radio City Music Hall, performed for diplomats and dignitaries at the Smithsonian Institution, and juggled for thousands on stages and in circus tents around the world... but it’s all been practice for the day he gets to perform for you!
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Thom Wall is an American juggler who specializes in juggling disciplines from the past. After completing a five-year tour juggling for Cirque du Soleil's Totem (2014-2019), Wall now resides in Philadelphia where he researches circus history, consults for nonprofits, and coaches juggling and performance at Circadium: School of Contemporary Circus. When not at home, he’s performing his solo show On the Topic of Juggling on cruise ships and stages around the world.
Thom holds a Masters of Science in Nonprofit Arts Administration from Drexel University (2015), and was awarded La Medalla Crotalus Scholaris by the Mesoamerican University in Puebla, Mexico for his work revitalizing forgotten juggling disciplines.
Thom is the founder of Modern Vaudeville Press (2018), an independent publishing company that produces academic titles about the circus arts. In 2021, the International Jugglers' Association honored him with the Excellence in Education Award.
Thom is delighted to be back on tour, sharing what he loves with circus fans across the US.
Tickets are available for $15 in advance, $18 at the door, and $22 for preferred seating
Purchase any ticket and gain admission to the Learn to Juggle with Thom Wall workshop for $15 instead of $25!
No one will be turned away for lack of funds; contact MSA at 207-879-4629 or [email protected] for information on our sliding scale admission policy.
Saturday, December 18 at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Doors open at 6:30 PM; 90-minutes with an intermission