BY THE SUMMER of 1984, Chris Bliss had stumbled into the most coveted spotlight in show business. After opening for touring pop luminaries like Julio Iglesias and Kenny Loggins, the then 30-year-old juggler had serendipitously snagged a spot on Michael Jackson's "Victory Tour," playing to stuffed and sweaty stadium crowds. Bliss was, by his own account, the most famous juggler in the world. He was also miserably bored. "You can be the world's most famous juggler, and still nobody knows your name," he explains from the stage of the Southern Theater, where he is producing the premiere of his new one-man show,... More >>>