The Flying Karamazov Brothers have been entertaining countless crowds with their hilarious antics, extraordinary juggling and over-the-top theatrics for over 40 years. These four self-proclaimed lunatics -- who can often be found decked out in tutus and kilts, their hair styled so wildly it could make even Coolio jealous -- have been known to juggle everything from pepperoni pizzas to huge blocks of ice. As if that wasn't entertaining enough, the Brothers also modify their juggling implements to become percussive instruments, which they use to make music while performing their complex routines. Add to the mix some laugh-out-loud humor and it's like they've put every vaudeville routine into a blender and hooked it up to a jet engine. The New York Times called The Flying Karamazov Brothers "as close to a sure thing as can be found on stage." Experience these Obie Award winners at New York's Pace University.
Evening performances have a running time of one hour and 45 minutes, with intermission.
The Family Performance matinee has a running time of one hour, without intermission.