General Education


International Clown Hall of Fame is a Historical Treat

  It is a delight to visit Greg DeSanto and the Clown Hall of Fame. You will see wonderful exhibits featuring props and costumes from some of the great clowns of all time. Learn More at:  http://www.theclownmuseum.com   (posted by N)...

Posted on March 15, 2017


Creativity for Entertainers

Creativity for Entertainers – Volume One  by Bruce “Charlie” Johnson A Book review by Norm B. 280 pages, trade paperback or hardbound available in US through CharlieTheJugglingClown.com or throughout the world at Xlibris.com When Bruce “Charlie” Johnson takes on a subject you know it will be well researched, clearly written and filled with fascinating antidotes […]...

Posted on March 23, 2017


Creativity for Entertainers Interview with Silly Billy

  By Norman B. The Silly Billy show is filled with original comedy and gags.  David Kaye is the creator of this show in New York City and he says, “I enjoy the creative process and get a lot of satisfaction from coming up with my own routines.” David gets inspiration for new tricks, in […]...

Posted on March 23, 2017


Joyce “Joy” Payne A Creative Comic Whirlwind

  Comedy Colleague – Joyce “Joy” Payne One of our past Presidents of the World Clown Association is Joyce “Joy” Payne.  She is a very fun and creative person. Her nickname is “Joy” and that fits her perfectly. Her joy in living is infectious. She has entertained and delighted audiences for years. She inspires me […]...

Posted on March 23, 2017


Do you like my new iPod?

By Patricia Mooseburger Ha Ha! Yeah it’s corny, but it’s cute. You will love how EASY this walk-around prop is to make. Supplies needed to make your “iPod” • Black sharpie marker • 3 Ping pong balls • 2 Paper clips or clothes pins • 5” x 8” Green felt or fleece • Fabric glue […]...

Posted on June 16, 2016


Orky’s World of Phun

You all may be wondering what’s been happening with me since you last saw me. Well, there was the accident while I was performing on my clown bike for a company party at the local upholstery factory. Without any warning, I was run over by the Energizer Bunny. It was a hit and run and […]...

Posted on December 15, 2016


Pundamonium: A Pandemic of Paronomasia

Pun \Pun\, noun [Cf. {Pun} to pound, {Pound} to beat.] A play on words which have the same sound but different meanings; an expression in which two different applications of a word present an odd or ludicrous idea; a kind of quibble or equivocation. –Addison.1 The renowned Dr. Samuel Johnson, 18th century English essayist, novelist, […]...

Posted on December 15, 2016


Tips for a Better Performance

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Posted on November 22, 2016


Collecting Clown Autographs

Hey, people! Long time, no write! I thought of writing something in the clowning magazine that I never read about before now. The idea finally hit me to write about collecting clown autographs. For the past six years of my clowning career, I’ve met clowns from literally all around the world. Not only have I […]...

Posted on October 31, 2016


Clowning: Growth and Potential

If we have selected clowning as a profession or a hobby either part-time or full-time we should strive to learn all we can about the Art of Clowning; the history, the artistry then and now, the entertainers who excel in the industry. Who do we admire and are learning from? Who or what created our […]...

Posted on October 28, 2016