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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 7:29 pm 
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I've got a challenge for everyone--- you want to perform for children, that is your goal? So how about starting to work with children!

Volunteer for your local recreation district! It is a great rewarding experience. Not only will you become a mentor and counselor, you will learn more than you ever thought possible about the different ages and stages of the youths you want to perform for. In the end, I bet you learn a lot more from them than they do for you--- but in the meantime, you can show them what it is to be a good role model.

If you don't love children, being around them, seeing them laugh and smile, then being a children's performer is not for you.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 10:23 pm 
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kristenl wrote:
If you don't love children, being around them, seeing them laugh and smile, then being a children's performer is not for you.


The only exception I would make to this is that you may not know if you like these things from children. You have to find that out for yourself.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 10:44 pm 
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Exactly. Which is a really good reason you should find out BEFORE performing for them. Kids are smart-- they will know if you are being geniune with them and that is half the battle.


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3 year olds?
My cousins three and the only think he fully understands in scooby, candy, and pirates.

Imo, forget the 3 year old shows, and work with 5-7 year olds, there great.


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