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Elite performer comes to UNK
Wes Schrier
Courtesy Photo Nizerís undeniable skill and wit set his shows apart from any other juggler on the circuit. He can juggle just about anything, from burning propane tanks to electric carving knives.

You shouldn’t miss this LPAC show because it will keep you on the edge of your seat as well as makes you laugh, said the associate director of the student union Tim Danube.

“In short, Mark Nizer is a multi-talented entertainer who combines comedy, technology and world class juggling in his show," Danube said. "He has been a juggling champion, won numerous awards for his show, traveled around the world to perform and has incorporated his own inventions into the act.”

Starting out at the age of 13, Nizer mastered his trade by the age of 19. Nizer won the International Juggling Championships in 1990, which boosted him to elite status. Performance Magazine raves, “Nothing less than brilliant.”

Nizer’s undeniable skill and wit set his shows apart from any other juggler on the circuit. He can juggle just about anything from burning propane tanks to electric carving knives with the blades running. He has opened for performers such as Bob Hope, Barry Manilow and Jerry Seinfeld.

Nizer has been performing for over 20 years. Audiences love him because you never know what will happen as he makes the impossible seem possible.


LPAC presents Mark nizer
Nizer will perform Feb. 1 at 8 p.m. in the Ponderosa Room in the Nebraskan Student Union. Public admission is $5. Students get in free with UNK I.D.
For more on Mark Nizer visit http://nizer.com/pages/video_pages/promovideo_3D_youtube.html

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