Science Circus with Rhys Thomas

Science Circus with Rhys Thomas

While paying off his college loans as a street performer in rainy Northwestern America, Rhys Thomas created Science Circus to get an indoor gig at Seattle’s Pacific Science Center. This led to a career performing in museums and schools in eight countries. He’s particularly proud of juggling in a 4,000-year-old Egyptian tomb alongside paintings of ancient jugglers, serving as Artist in Residence at The Smithsonian Institution, and teaching ball spinning to the Nobel laureate who discovered the background radiation of the Big Bang.