Kellin Quinn uniquely combines object manipulation, acrobatic dance and quirky comedy. At just 17, Kellin Quinn is a local, national and international award-winning juggler. Kellin won the Gold Medal in 2012 in the International Jugglers’ Association Junior Championship and, as a 16 year old, took the Bronze in the Senior Championships in 2013. He also won two Groundhogs (national juggling competition in Atlanta) and two St. Louis Juggling titles. Kellin grew up in the iconic City Museum where his mother runs Circus Harmony, St. Louis’ only social circus school. Kellin trains with acclaimed juggling coach, Richard Kennison. In addition to performing with the St. Louis Arches, Kellin is half of The Awesome Brothers (with his brother Keaton Hentoff-Killian). Kellin was featured as the juggling mad scientist in Circus Flora’s 2013 production of “A Trip to the Moon” and as the young King Arthur in Flora’s 2012 Camelot-based “The Wizard.” With his associate, Chauncey, he created the self-titled show Kellin & Chauncey has been booked from a John Deere Tractor Christmas Party to The International Juggler’s Festival. This indescribable show can be seen most Fridays at City Museum.

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