I think it's important to note that the seminal
work created by the troupe
was their performance of William Shakespeare
's Comedy of Errors at the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center
Publicized only once live on PBS, a recording of the show is next to impossible to find. I personally have visited Lincoln Center here in New York City called PBS, and emailed the Brother that keeps up their webpage, but remarkably NONE of these sources has a recording. I lent my copy to a friend a few years ago and it is now in limbo or Where the Missing Socks Go.
In this particular production instead of two warring towns, one town juggles and one town does not. With a cast of professional jugglers acrobats, and musicians (including Avner the Eccentric and the Kamikaze Ground Crew), the Karamozov Brothers created a happy hilarious comic spectacle that remained true to the original script while somehow seamlessly inserting anachronistic pop culture references, bad jokes, and vaudeville wherever possible.