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Passing Zone tickets brings an extraordinary entertainment experience by the phenomenally talented and skilled comedy juggling American duo. Passing Zone is comprised of comedians Jon Wee and Owen Morse. Together they put up shows that are most famous for their thrilling adventures and the out of control laughter they evoke. The dynamic artists are now heading to Eaglewood, NJ to engage the audience there in the surprising new antics and juggles of their upcoming performance.
The two comedians met at a juggling convention in 1986. Upon discovering their mutual talents for the art, they decided to form a team. However they chose to finish their formal education first. After receiving their respective degrees in subjects like economics and psychology, the duo returned to bring their old deal into a real one. The decision proved fruitful for both as within two weeks of their very first performance, they were awarded with the Silver Medal at the International Juggler's Association Teams Competition.
Having received huge attention and recognition they were invited at the well known Comedy and Magic Club in LA. On the first night of their performance at the venue the comedians caught the eye of an official from the famous TV program 'Tonight Show'. Subsequently they were booked for a guest appearance on the show in September of 1990. The response was so tremendous that in less than a year they were asked to reappear at the show.
The TV success paved way for the silver screen and the performers were eventually seen the film 'The Addams Family Movie'. They performed for the climax scene of the movie while doubling for Raul Julia and Christopher Lloyd for their characters of Gomez and Uncle Fester respectively. Amongst their recent on screen ventures is the award winning documentary called 'The Aristocrats'.
The artists also had the opportunity to be part of the prestigious Royal Variety Performance at Dominion Theatre, London. Here they presented their act before Prince Charles while sharing the stage with renowned artists like Tony Bennett and Riverdance. Recently they have been seen as finalists at NBC's famous TV show 'America's Got Talent'. Theirs was the highest rated performance of the season, one that also won the heart of David Hasselhoff who until that time was non-enthusiastic about juggling acts.
Today Jon and Owen are well known names in the corporate entertainment industry, a task they perform to the utmost perfection. They are famous for their keynote speaking skills and the subjects of their gigs are clean and interesting, hence catering to audiences of all age groups. They excel is the art of specially customizing their acts to incorporate and promote a given product or slogan of a company.
The pace of success of their corporate career can be credited to the national Million Dollar Round Table event in Atlanta following which the industry allowed the performers to constantly tour and sign up with a number of leaning corporate companies. Some of the famous clients of Jon and Owen include renowned names like eBay, Old Navy, Kodak, IBM as well as Microsoft. These and many more have invited the respective juggling comedy performers to spice up their subjects and motivate their customers in a certain campaign/promotion.
The duo has featured twice at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, Canada. Besides, they have performed the opening acts for the shows of popular comedians as Bill Cosby, Bob Newhart and George Carlin.
The duo is as popular for their comedy gigs as for their juggling skills. And when they combine the two in a theatrical show, the outcome is perhaps more entertaining than any standup comedy or circus performance you have ever witnessed. So get your Passing Zone tickets and brace yourselves for some amazing juggling tricks and hilarious stories that will keep you amused as long as the show lasts.