Performing since 1985, and a member of the Tesseract Troupe since 1997, Robert Palmer, aka "Flyin' Bob" has brought his unique brand of comedy and physical theatre to over thirteen countries around the world.
Bob recently auditioned for the David Letterman Show at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York. In 2007 he was a featured performer with the Flying Acrobat Circus in Sapporo, Japan. Flyin' Bob is the only performer in the world known to have juggled inside the Great Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt.
His unique comic performance on the art of wire walking has been replicated by no one and is in high demand at special events everywhere.
From the simple balance of a peacock feather to a dramatic and nearly catastrophic high wire walk, the warm, engaging, slightly hyperactive Flyin' Bob takes you on a one man journey through the 3-ring circus of his mind. He views the world as filled with toys, and by example tries to convince his audience to see it the same way...
The most common reaction after experiencing the show is... "You have too much time on your hands!"