Questions to ask before you hire your clown

clown in Philadelphia PA area Does magic work with small children? Not serious coin tricks or bland card tricks. But magic that is silly, slapstick, or part of a fun (short) story can work. And magic with puppets is a big hit.

clown in Philadelphia PA areaHow long should a clown show be for 4 year olds? Usually 30 minutes. Then it's best to switch to stand-up-and-play activities like balloon twisting.

clown in Philadelphia PA areaDoes magic entertain 1 year olds? Nope.

clown in Philadelphia PA areaWhat does entertain 1 year olds? Stacking things, dropping things, peek-aboo -- not clown shows. I work at lots of first birthday parties, and the one-year old's older cousins have a blast! But there is no expectation that a one-year-old birthday boy or girl will pay much attention.

clown in Philadelphia PA areaDo you have a microphone? Yes. Good clowns spark loud laughter. They use mics.

clown in Philadelphia PA areaWhat activities do you bring?
As the client you get to choose activities from an a la carte list: face painting, balloon twisting, magic & puppet shows or party games.

clown in Philadelphia PA areaHow do you keep the interest of little children? Audience participation, silliness, puppets, and short routines, plus attention-grabbing changes (visual and musical).

clown in Philadelphia PA areaWhat is your price?
Pricing is a la carte. You can choose the mix of activities. Each activity's fee is between $175 and $25. Feel free to call 267-204-3333 to chat about the best mix of activities for your audience and your budget.

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