Douglas Martin
Doug co-founded the Mud Bay Jugglers in 1980, and apologizes for the name, but he was young and didn't know any better. He has made up for it over the years as performer and co-director. His desire to create the unique and unusual has motivated the company toward great discoveries. Doug has toured in Australia, Scotland, and Japan as part of Lajoye Theatre productions. He enjoys presenting his unique talents as a musician, mime, escape artist, funambulist, (look it up), and of course as a juggler. He lives with his wife Marcela Abadi in Olympia Washington. Lately Doug has been seen exploring the Puget Sound in his small sailing yacht.
Alan Fitzthum
Alan began his training as a juggler in 1974 and joined the Mud Bay Jugglers in 1982 as a principle performer and juggler. He has appeared in all Mud Bay Juggler performances to date. As choreographer and artistic co-director, Alan’s involvement with the Mud Bay Jugglers has been invaluable. He has helped to create what Juggler’s World Magazine called "a revelation- juggling and dance merged into a single theatrically expressive performance art." He played the lead role in the MBJ’s production "Nod Off" in 1991. Alan began his performance career as a rock musician, he also has years of experience in other creative endeavors, and he has worked extensively in wood and metal. Alan lives near Olympia Washington, in a hand made house with his wife Sioux Feldman and their daughter Teasha and son Tobin.
Harry Levine
Harry Levine moved to Olympia after graduating Clark University with a BA in music. In 1984, he founded Citizens Band which performed satirical theatre and music throughout the west. He joined the Mud Bay Jugglers as a percussionist in 1988. In 1990, he began to stage manager for Mud Bay Juggler theatre shows and perform part-time as a juggler. He joined the Mud Bay Jugglers as a full time performer in 1995. When he's not juggling, Harry co-manages a non-profit arts association that presents independent film, music, and allied arts.