A Real Clown or Not? how to tell if you're a real clown, as told by a real clown

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torepparttar parents that I get really scared by little kids when they're frightened. This serves several purposes -- it makesrepparttar 147702 clownrepparttar 147703 scaredy cat and letsrepparttar 147704 child offrepparttar 147705 hook, it reflectsrepparttar 147706 fear torepparttar 147707 child and allows him to be brave in comparison torepparttar 147708 clown, and it allowsrepparttar 147709 clown to "lower himself" and raiserepparttar 147710 child up. Of course, it also getsrepparttar 147711 message across to Mom & Dad -- whenrepparttar 147712 child is ready, he or she will willingly come byrepparttar 147713 clown, andrepparttar 147714 experience will berepparttar 147715 happy onerepparttar 147716 parents wanted inrepparttar 147717 first place.

(originally published at http://www.clown-ministry.com/Articles/fear-of-a-clown.html)

Finally, think about your clown make up. Remember thatrepparttar 147718 purpose of clown make up is to amplify your own natural features. Do not overdo your make up -- remember, less is more. You want to entertain children, not frighten them.

Tom Raymond, aka Raynbow the Magic Clown, is a professional children's entertainer in the central Wisconsin area, and is available for parties, conferences, conventions and ministry events. Interested in clowns and clowning? Check out Clown Ministry, the largest clowning site on the web!


Magic, Clown Magic, and Magic in Clowning - What's the Difference?

Written by Tom Raymond


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Likewise, why not haverepparttar clown pull out a handkerchief to hand to someone (or blow his own nose), only to give it away/leave it lying and pull out a second fromrepparttar 147701 same pocket (followed by a third, fourth, etc.)? Why not have things magically multiple, change color, disappear withrepparttar 147702 clown acting nonchalant, as though this is an everyday occurrence?

Now, if your clown doesn't perform magic, that's fine not every clown should, any more than every clown should twist balloons, use puppets, or haverepparttar 147703 same make-up as every other clown. But if your clown does perform magically, why not broaden our horizons a little, and truly portray a magical clown.

Tom Raymond, aka Raynbow the Magic Clown, is a professional children's entertainer in the central Wisconsin area, and is available for parties, conferences, conventions and ministry events. Interested in clowns and clowning? Check out Clown Ministry, the largest clowning site on the web!


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