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6 | FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2016 BIG ISLAND ENTERTAINMENT SCENE | WEST HAWAII TODAY ‘Toying With Science’ combines fun,TALK NERDY Garry Krinsky has made a career making science fun, and on Saturday, he brings his nationally acclaimed show, “Toying with Science,” to the Kahilu Theatre in Waimea. Said to resemble a living cartoon, Krinsky moves about the stage with an energetic force that engages audiences from coast to coast at schools, theaters and festivals. “The show is a lot of fun,” said Krinsky. “Science is fun. Dropping a grapefruit and a lime at the same time and figuring out which one is going to land first — it’s fun! It opens people up and makes them wonder what else they can learn. It gives kids a different outlook on science.” “Toying with Science” is an upbeat, multi-faceted and dynamic performance that combines mime, circus skills, music and audience participation to explore the scientific principles of gravity, balance and simple machinery. “I talk about how I use science to get better at the skills I perform,” he said. “For example, with juggling, I started out with one ball, then two balls and then once I recognized and understood the pattern and adjusted the timing, it all came together. Then I demonstrate it; I break down how I learned it. I always enjoyed when a magician did something and then explained how it was done. It’s great when a skilled person says, ‘This is how I did Krinsky’s includes the Boston Bros., a New “I started area for a got a gig Boston. They a show that toys. It was agent loved the rest is show now In addition Museum also performed of Washington,of Dayton,Des Moines,Center, and Florida, the Everett Theater Markham as at other the United appearances and at Lincoln “Toying toys humor and audience in the on-Garry Krinsky brings his nationally acclaimed show, “Toying with Science,” to the Kahilu Theatre in Waimea on Saturday. LEWIS BECKER PHOTOGRAPHY/SPECIAL TO WEST HAWAII TODAY


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