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You may have seen some of Francis Hamm’s work in such esteemed works of theatre as Romeo & Juliet, Faust or The Servant of Two Masters. No, he did not perform, write or direct any of these plays, but he did help paint the scenery, so that counts, right?
Francis Hamm is The Not-Ready-for-Royal-Court Player, an actor, writer, magician, juggler, stuntman, bard, freelance troubadour and all- around Renaissance Man. He persistently performs a range of comic acts ranging from comic wordplay to shackle escapes, from juggling to the grand finale of shoving a four-inch metal nail up his nose! Hamm is available for lane or stage performances at Renaissance festivals and anywhere else he could possibly perform in order to gain the fame—or infamy—to finally get an audience with the royal court.