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A book for
teachers, mentors, parents and others who work with children
for classrooms, children's parties, groups such as Scouts or
religious education classes.
A Guide to Clowning
provides step-by-step, illustrated instructions for the
necessary aspects of being a clown: applying (and removing)
greasepaint, costumes, wigs and hats and sight gags. Jan Samar
provides guidelines from her years of experience with clowning
and working with children. Learn the basics of clowning.
Clown Make-up Possibilities
Properties & Sight Gags
About the Author
Jan Samar loves to
entertain! She is a well-known public speaker and storyteller
who has enjoyed working with clowning over the years. She
began with a clowning class at Jackson Community College in
Jackson, Michigan and went on to perform for a number of years
as a member of Clowns of America. Janís clowning specialty is
Chalk Talk clowning, a form of storytelling which has an
appeal to children. She has performed for parties, non-profit
organizations, nursing homes and more. Although she
discontinued using the greasepaint after an allergic reaction,
Jan still brings laughter to many as a public speaker,
storyteller, actress and comedienne.
Guide to Clowning for teachers, parents, mentors and
others who work with children, to offer easy beginning steps