Paul Miller has a B.A. in Accounting from Bentley College. After graduating in 1994 he took a job waiting tables and began honing his skills in comedy and the juggling arts. A self-taught juggler and performance artist, his influences include masters of silent film Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplain and physical stand-up comics such as Steve Martin and Robin Williams.
Florence County Public Library Release
July 6, 2013
FLORENCE, S.C. -- The Florence County Library System will welcome Flow Circus, a juggler/magician for Summer Reading 2013. This year’s theme “Dig into Reading!” seeks to discover the world and other cultures through reading.
Summer Reading 2013 is funded by Courtyard Marriot, FBi Construction, The Friends of Florence County Library System, Golden K. Kiwanis, Koppers Inc, Nan Ya Plastics, Dr. D. Moss, Nationwide: Hodge, Ethridge Insurance and Finance LLC, South Carolina State Library & Institute of Museum of Library Service, State Farm: Jim Stewart, Target, and Wilcox, Buyck & Williams, P.A.
Through their generous efforts, special programming designed to educate, entertain and inspire children will be held system-wide in keeping with the library system’s mission to promote literacy in Florence County.
The Flow Circus program is a unique blend of juggling and magic that will engage young children and inspire them to READ! He uses a variety of magic, juggling and balloon sculpting techniques throughout his family show.
Children will want to read more about being a magician once they see how much fun they have at a Flow Circus performance.