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The Flying Karamazov Brothers were born on April 23, 1973 at a renaissance fair in northern California. Their vast theatre credits are too numerous to list. Oh, ok. Besides having played in 5 of their own Broadway and 2 Off Broadway Shows over the years they have shared stages and screens collaborating with Frank Sinatra, Placido Domingo, The Grateful Dead, The Who, Dolly Parton, Robin Williams, Patrick Dempsey, Danny DeVito, Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, Ken Kesey, Allen Ginsberg, Kenny Rogers, Los Lobos, The Smothers Brothers, Click and Clack the Tappett Brothers, Joyce Brothers and many, many, more. They have appeared on TV shows including “Late Show with David Letterman,” "Seinfeld", "Ellen", "The Tonight Show", "The Today Show", “Good Morning America”, "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood" and many others. They starred in the hit film The Jewel of the Nile. They have performed with the Cleveland Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra, the St. Louis Symphony, the San Francisco Symphony, The Seattle Symphony, The Canadian National Symphony, the Toronto Symphony and many other orchestras. They won an Obie award in 1980 for their show, Juggling & Cheap Theatrics which played at the Goodman Theatre, Arena Stage, BAM, London’s West End and moved to Broadway and was taped for a television special on Showtime. And guess what, the troupe has been centered in Port Townsend since 1986! Paul Magid, aka Dmitri Karamazov lives here still. Paul was a co-founder of the New Old Time Chautauqua in 1981.