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TWO: High Energy Juggling comes back to Lovell, July 25

At the Brick Church for the Performing Arts

Brothers Matthew and Jason Tardy, ready for some extraordinary juggling. The TWO jugglers will appear at the Brick Church on July 25. (click for larger version)
July 23, 2009
"I've seen jugglers! I've seen amazing contortionists! But I've never seen anything with this much explosive energy!" said one awestruck man. "Can they come back?" asked a youngster. Yes. On July 25 at 7:30 p.m., the magically skilled brothers (they call themselves TWO) will be back again at the Brick Church with the 2009 version of High Energy Juggling.

Expect a show that features everything from high tech juggling and fire eating to physical comedy and full body contortion. They juggle 'props-of-doom,' perform mind-bending choreography and, in complete darkness, create streaks of color-changing light that glide through the air. This is all choreographed to cutting-edge, upbeat original music from their CD "Audio Body."

Matthew and Jason's performing career started in 1994 when they were young teenagers in the small town of Buckfield, Maine, when they presented some sketch comedy at a local community talent show. They were seen by local performing artist Michael Miclon, who noticed their natural rapport with the audience and encouraged them to develop their talent. Not long after this Jason and Matthew accepted an invitation to apprentice and tour with Michael Miclon, which lasted six years.

The apprenticeship opened many doors, including the opportunity to train at the Celebration Barn Theater in South Paris with master mime Tony Montanaro and world-renowned jugglers Michael Menes and Peter Davison. Later they trained and performed with the world's most highly-awarded juggling troupe, "blink."

Their juggling and performance skills sky-rocketed — the power of sibling rivalry! — and shortly after high school they created their show, "TWO: High Energy Juggling." Since then they have been constantly evolving and perfecting the show to make it more unusual and exciting. Matthew composes almost all of the music. TWO's unique style and creative choreography have gained them fans across the U.S. and abroad. Come see why the Oddfellow Theater called it "A totally rockin' experience for the whole family!"

TWO will return at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 25, to The Brick Church for the Performing Arts on Christian Hill Road (just off Route 5) in Lovell Village. Tickets are available at the door: adults $10, children 12 and under $5. For more information, call 207-925-2792 or see www.lovell brickchurch.org.

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Martin Lord Osman
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