A Theatrical Comedy Juggling Show
“You guys are the best! Thank you a million times!”
Audience member at Edmonton Fringe Festival, 2014.
“Everyone couldn't keep their eyes off 'The Bride'”
Audience member, Potash Corp Fringe Theater Festival
Together, Chris without the Hat and Tara have performed a clown show called "Juggles without the Hat and Finch", are accomplished ballroom dancers, and form the duo known as "The Undead Newlyweds". The Undead Newlyweds have performed in festivals such as Edmonton Fringe Festival, Dauphin Countryfest, Winnipeg Fringe Festival, PotashCorp Fringe Theatre Festival in Saskatoon, Keycon Manitoba, Winnipeg Mardi Gras, and Weyburn Agricultural Society 105th Annual Exhibition. The Undead Newlyweds are also featured in a music video by the Filthy Animals, entitled "Killing Me".
Tara has been involved in creative choreography for over 20 years. She is also trained in the circus arts of fire eating and manipulation. As a synchronized swimming coach, she has choreographed dozens of award winning routines. She has been clowning as part of a duet show over the past 5 years, and travels across her hometown province of Manitoba to do interactive workshops for children and adults of all ages. She has recently decided to dedicate much of her time to helping youth to explore their own creativity through writing, art, drama, and dance.
Chris without the Hat has been juggling since he was seven years old. He has been entertaining professionally as a children's performer on the stage and as a circus superstar on the street for over a decade. His career has taken him to stages, streets, and festivals around the world including the Edmonton Fringe Festival, Dubai Shopping Festival, Dauphin Countryfest, and the Winnipeg Fringe Festival. He can be seen performing street shows at the Forks Market in his home town of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Chris without the Hat has dedicated many years into the art of juggling, has experience on the stage as a juggler and as a comedian, and has extensive clown and circus training.