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 Post subject: Sponge balls on stage?
PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2007 6:55 pm 
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Would sponge balls work on stage (50-100 kids) I have a routine for kids shows (close-up) and it uses sponges. I want to use the same routine, but I dont know if sponges would be good, or if would have to switch spinges for something elce.


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I think they would work fine as long as they were at least 1 1/2 - 2 inches in diameter, and were a bright color like red, green, or yellow. Or all three if you're really creative!


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I think it is possible, just make sure everyone can actually see all the balls. Make it visual for everyone to see.


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I use them just fine for larger audiences...I have some 1.5 inch lime green ones that I use in a Mathematical routine.


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What would be a good finale for a spongeball routine for kids?


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Magic_Guido wrote:
What would be a good finale for a spongeball routine for kids?


Color Changing Ball to Jumbo Square sounds just right for you. Or have a whole bunch of tiny sponge balls appear in a child's hand... so that everybody can see, of course.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2007 8:14 pm 
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Im working with spong balls in the practising of my show and did a little improvise on Mark Wilson's book ending. Instead of putting it in my pocket, which is hard to see, I rigged my hat that I wear to put them in there and then they vanish. Just an idea.


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