Last Saturday at St Peter Lutheran Church, we reviewed Forrest Davis’ Up In The Air Show.
Forrest Davis born the son of a children’s’ ministry pastor and first began experimenting with juggling and balancing acts when he was 12 years old. Now at 19 years old, he performed Saturday using a mixture of the elements of juggling clubs, knives and a couple of unicycles to entertain the young attendees. They were for the most in awe by his feats of balance, juggling and slight-of-hand as he also worked in a Bible themed story.
As a young juggling protégé, Forrest was quick to progressed and built a repertoire of juggling and balancing tricks. He has performed at camps, church ministry, talent shows, the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire, youth groups and recently opened for the Lancaster Bible College musical production of ‘Once Upon a Mattress.’
Forrest is currently studying Communications and Theatre at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, MI.
We found the show entertaining and his skills well developed as he balanced on several unstable surfaces.
We will give him 3 tickets for this performance. With more time and polish, he will make an enjoyable act to follow.
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