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Understanding the Magician’s Role at a Restaurant

Understanding the Magician's Role at a Restaurant: Restaurant Gigs for Kids Entertainers Part 2

In part 1 of the Restaurant Gigs for Kids Entertainers series, long-time restaurant manager Andrew Cox gave tips on how to get hired as a strolling performer at restaurants and hotels. Here in part 2, he shares more about the restaurant setting and the magician’s role in it, as well as advice on how to…

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The Magic Behind the Magic Part 1: A Driver’s Seat View of What It Takes to Run a Successful Kids Entertainer Business

The Magic Behind the Magic Part 1: A Driver's Seat View of What It Takes to Run a Successful Kids Entertainer Business

Do you follow blogs for kids entertainers? If yes, here’s something I hope you’d love: a blog in video form–suavely called a vlog–that I started, and it’s particularly made for magicians. Called The Magic Behind the Magic, this weekly vlog “looks at what full-time magicians do when they are not performing magic”–and that is running…

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How to Perform for Special Needs Children

How to Perform for Special Needs Children

From December 2016 to January of this year, Doug Scheer of Scheer Genius Assembly Shows, together with Kids Entertainer Hub, ran a contest for all Kids Entertainer Podcast listeners. For a chance to win Doug’s hit comedy routine Punctuation Pandemonium, we asked you to share a story of how you connected with a special needs…

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Four Things All Successful School Assembly Shows Have

4 Things All Successful School Assembly Shows Have

In my previous post about the top 4 performing styles for kids entertainment events, I talked about what artistic disciplines work best in various children’s venues, including school assemblies. In this post, we’ll go into the factors that make a school assembly show a raging success.

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Copywriting Basics for Kids Entertainers: Headlines

Copywriting Basics for Kids Entertainers: Headlines

Last time, I discussed effective guarantees that will help you win the trust and the business of your potential clients. In the final post of this series, we’ll tackle what could be called the most important part of your copy—your headline. The only way to ensure that your reader will read the first sentence of…

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