Marcus Monroe
Award winning comedian and juggler

October 27, 2017

Dinner at 6:30pm
Performance at 8pm
Dinner and show: $45
Show only: $25

Dubbed “the rock star of jugglers” by the New York Press, Marcus Monroe combines innovative juggling with comedy and improv, creating a truly inimitable performance. Not only is he giving comedy-juggling an extreme makeover, but Marcus is also taking a strong lead in the new generation of variety performers.

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Marcus, who is based in New York City, has crafted a show blending innovative juggling with in-your-face comedic banter — and just the right amount of awkwardness. He is the recipient of the prestigious Andy Kaufman Award and has recently appeared on The Late Show, HBO, MTV, Netflix, and Comedy Central. Called “one of the most entertaining performers to watch in New York City,” by the New York Times, Marcus also recently starred in the Olivier Award-winning Off-Broadway and London productions of La Soireé. Currently, Marcus is touring his one-man show, The Rise and Fall of Marcus Monroe, which is a New York Times Critics’ Pick.

“The show is about my journey as a juggler and the challenges in my way,” says Marcus. “I will try to do everything in my power to become your favorite juggler by the end of the day. It’s super silly and at times very out-of-the-box, but that’s my life, so it only makes sense for the show to be as such.” Internationally, Marcus recently brought his one-man show to the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, and in 2010, he performed an astounding 150 shows in China at the Venetian in Macau. Marcus has also become one of the most requested headlining acts on Princess, Disney, Carnival, and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines.

As to his preferred audience, Marcus says, “…I want everyone to come! Even if you hate juggling, come for the comedy. If you hate comedy, come for the juggling.”