What’s it like to be a woman in juggling? Our season 3 ends with our final panel discussion.
Who are our panelists?
Cate Flaherty has been performing in circuses, on stages, and streets around the world for almost 20 years. She’s been performing her own solo comedy street show, “The Cate Great Show” since 2009. She’s performed in 11 different countries. She has a minor in theater from Florida State University and is a graduate of The Quebec City Circus School.
Taylor Glenn, originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, is known for her Taylor Tries” YouTube channel and Instagram, where she has a very large following. How large? Over 125k Instagram followers and 42.5k subscribers on your tube. She likes to try everything and work hard at being good at it.
Aslynne Howes sits on the board of directors of the International Jugglers Association, or IJA. She is also one of the founders of the Unheard Voices Juggling Instagram, highlighting anonymous stories of marginalized folks in juggling
At 30 years old, Bri Crabtree decided to change career paths, leave her biology lab job, and pursue her passion of making people laugh. Captivated by magic as a child, and spending her teenage years learning to juggle and unicycle, Bri fully believes in living a life of creation, play, and joy. She brings this essence to every event and show.
Bri’s mission is to build community through laughter and inspire others to overcome their challenges. Vibrant, smart, and delightful, Bri is one of the busiest entertainers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Florence creates juggling in theaters, on paper, and for fun. Her solo work as a juggler toured in over a dozen countries on 4 continents. She studied entrepreneurship in Paris and juggling technique in Kyiv, before settling in Stockholm where she created and published YANA, an art and culture magazine dedicated to looking at juggling in new ways.