Make Your Library Summer Reading Program Unforgettable, Successful, and Fun
If you are booking summer shows in your libraries and still need a variety act, consider the Magic Village magic show.
Magic, ventriloquism, escapes, comedy, and audience participation are all set around a theme about the job opportunities attempted by Charlie, the ventriloquist dummy. His attempt at being a doctor is demonstrated by the magician sawing an audience volunteer in two. His attempt to be a security guard is demonstrated by audience members locking up the magician in a set of old wooden stocks.
As you can tell, there is a lot of audience interaction in this show. This is the same show that fairs and festivals have asked Kelvin back for repeat performances:
Here are a few references:
You’re getting the same show as the fairs and festivals because people love them. And you can get multi show discounts by booking at several libraries. If interested, call/text Kelvin with dates and locations, and he'll give you a quote with generous discounts built in.
Kelvin Saline, Magician/Ventriloquist
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