After completing his degree at Penn State he traveled the country with theatrical circus Cirque Ingenieux from 1997-1999. His skills as a juggler, acrobat during each show and his use of silent, up close, improv comedy before each show invigorated the audience with applause and laughter. His performing amazed audiences from Seattle, Washington to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to Mexico City, Mexico and at numerous venues at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia. Appealing to audiences of all ages, he throws many different types of objects and blends the art of technical juggling with humorous and even dangerous props. He includes members of the audience for daringly funny and sometimes unbelievable participation stunts. His show is a must see for anyone ages 2 to 102.
At the age of 15 years old, Geoff Bach started juggling as a hobby in his backyard in Erie, Pennsylvania. He worked with 3 objects mostly and then added another and another until 5 balls were in the air. It was at this time he was hired to perform his first paid performance ever at the Old Fashioned Fourth of July at Mercyhurst College. His first performance ever made him realize how much fun it was to share his skills with an audience. He practiced several hours a day and seemed to always be chasing after new ways to juggle an object or number of objects. What had begun as a hobby has since taken him through the performing stages of life from community juggler, to nationally and internationally known juggler and multi-talented entertainer.