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Page 64 . The Kent Family Magic Circus is made up of a


real family which perform high quality, family friend- ly, clean circus arts and Magic. You can buy a big show or each act individually. Acts like Magic, illu- sion, juggling, fire, cowboy-western, hula-hoop, trapeze, aerial silk, cloud swing, lobe of Death, Ro- bots, Mascots. balancing, poodle act, pig act, and more. Born in Florida over 53 years ago (a military brat,


we moved away when I was a baby and lived on the west coast until four years ago. We now reside in Ken- tucky.) It was a nice treat to come back to Florida. I love the cosmopolitan make up of Florida; there are people from just about every region of the United States and the world making up the diversity of the state. These are the kind of folks that make great audiences. We met folks from Russia, England, the Caribbean, Mexico, Brazil, Switzerland, Scotland, Japan and more. Since our show is very audience involved and in- teractive gave me the opportunity during the performances to learn how to say different things in the show in another language. For example, a young Russian college student taught me how to greet folks in Russian during the show, Five to ten minutes before each show I come out dressed in my ringmaster costume and banter with the audi- ence, telling them our show depends on their interaction. So I have some fun pre-show quizzes and jokes, meeting and chatting with folks chorally and indi- vidually. In between our performances of our family fun magic circus variety show we


send our Robot-Ranger and our various mascots (Henrietta Pig and Forgetful Bear) out and about to meet and greet the fairgoers. These are great fun to do, we get to be an ambassador for our show and for the venue while having loads of fun doing it. After playing one of the characters we sometimes walk around as ourselves and enjoy pointing out to each other various folks who had stood out to us when we were in costume. They have no idea it was us. The hardest part of doing the characters is that every once in awhile a vile person will come up or sneak up on us while we are in costume and try to trip us up or slap us in the head or bottom. That I why we have a family member always around acting as security and a a willing volunteer to take a photo for the group.


Faircracker SUMMER 2019


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