This film examines what it takes to be a clown. It shows the training they must go through, explains the history and types of clowns and finally shows the life style and careers of talented clowns.
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VICE News Tonight visits the Kelly Miller Circus, run by the nephew of the Ringling Bros. He’s filling circus tents nightly and says the high profile closure could be good for business.
The last-ever Ringling Bros. show was broadcast LIVE on YouTube, in its entirety, on Sunday, May 21 at 7:00 pm ET/4:00 pm PT. Tune in and watch with the world as The Greatest Show On Earth takes its final bow!
A final farewell from Ringling Bros.
Through the power of entertainment, Red Nose Day raises awareness and money to help the kids who need us most, both at home and around the world.
Get ready—Red Nose Day returns May 25.
In 1985, Comic Relief launched in the United Kingdom with the goal of using comedy to raise money and help those leading really tough lives. The goal? Creating a just world free from poverty.
The very first Red Nose Day was held in 1988. With millions of people participating in its first year, it was clear that a truly amazing movement was underway.
With every fundraiser held, TV special aired, partner enlisted, and Red Nose sold the movement continues to grow. Red Nose Day has raised over $1 billion globally.
Since 2015, Red Nose Day in America has raised over $60 million to help kids and young people most in need. We’ll hope you join us on our journey as we make an even bigger impact.
Video by OPBWeb
Did you know Krusty the Clown was loosely based on a real life Portlander? Meet James Allen, a.k.a Rusty Nails.
The nation’s most well-rounded training camp for clowns takes place every summer in Buffalo, Minnesota. Mooseburger Clown Arts Camp has been running since 1996, with one hundred clowns attending each year.
“You will do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm!”
Visit http://www.mooseburger.com/moosecamp to learn more about our week-long clown school.
Or call 320-963-6277 to speak with the founder, Tricia Manuel (aka “Pricilla Mooseburger” or “Miss Moose”).
You’ll learn balloon twisting, makeup application, character development, face painting, puppetry, caring clowning (visiting hospitals and nursing homes), circus style movement, pie throwing, juggling, magic tricks, comic timing, and everything you need to know to put on a show.
PLUS you’ll leave with 3 times as much confidence than when you arrived!
The first version of a video introducing the members of the Laughter League, a clown unit at Boston Children’s Hospital
Video by TRT World
The healing powers of laughter – a former cancer patient brings smiles to the faces of children undergoing treatment in the Gaza Strip.
Lew-E took to the stage at Auburn CityFest2017 for his performance
Video by KickerFM