About Us


Nate Sharpe and Jacob Sharpe are originally from Canton, MA, USA.   Nate and Jacob developed their circus skills from attending Circus Smirkus Camp and being on tour with Circus Smirkus from 2004 to 2007. They built up a broad base of skills in many disciplines during their time at Circus Smirkus but have specialized in diabolo.  They continue to practice while excelling in their careers, sports and academics.

Nate is currently working as a mechanical design engineer in Cambridge, MA. 

He has a master’s degree in Engineering for Sustainable Development from Cambridge University and graduated from MIT in mechanical engineering with a 5.0 GPA and a Marshall Scholarship.  He is also a pole vaulter, gymnast and was captain of the MIT track team and continues to coach their pole vaulting squad. For more information, visit his personal website here.

Jacob graduated from MIT in June 2011, majoring in Physics.  He is one of the most talented diaboloists in the performing world.  In addition to performing as half of the Sharpe Brothers, Jacob has a solo diabolo act and a solo ball/club juggling act. From February, 2012 through February, 2013 he performed in the 7-Fingers production of "Loft" at the Chamaleon Theatre in Berlin, Germany.

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