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In Fyodor Dostoevsky’s classic Russian novel, The Brothers Karamazov, the title characters bemoan their lives and contemplate existentialism.  But “The Flying Brothers Karamazov" don’t have time for that!  The juggling and comedy troupe has been performing since 1973, and are known for their 9-piece juggling act and making music with their juggling pins.  (They even once accompanied the Grateful Dead.)  The Karamazovs join us for fun in the studio. 
 
The Flying Karamazov Brothers perform July 19-21 and July 26-28 at 8 p.m. at the Venetian Showroom.
 
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Paul Magid, known onstage as “Dmitri Karamazov”
Mark Ettinger, music director and known onstage as “Alexei Karamazov”
Rod Kimball, known onstage as “Pavel Karamazov”
Stephen Bent, assistant music director and known onstage as “Zossima Karamazov”
 
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