This is a book to help all kinds of entertainers such as: magicians, clowns, dancers, jugglers, comics, DJ's, mimes, stilt walkers, musicians, balloon twisters, face painters, puppeteers, vocalist, and many more.
Drawing from 40 years of experience, the author provides the first hand knowledge you need to get started and advance to full time employment as an entertainer.
Getting Started- identify your talent, agents, selecting a stage name, booking/invoice
Getting and Keeping a Gig- how to have a repeat/steady business and client
Fees for service- records, what to charge, getting paid, charity, barter services
Location- restaurants, boats, fairs, hotels, nightclubs, trade shows, hospitals, and parties
Prep for your gig/performance- parking, equipment, costumes, emergencies, and ethics
Marketing- business cards, press releases, direct mail, signs, and social media/internet
Terminology needed for special locations- boats, restaurants, trade and stage shows