£3.67 | €4.28 | C$6.31 | AUD$6.76
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Here is an up to date Chapeagraphy Act done with two colored plastic "hat brims" that you can prepare yourself and a boy and a girl from the audience.
Many different hats are twisted and formed from a simple chapeau brim and the performer, with the assistance of two members of the audience, creates a whole procession of interesting characters from the pages of history. In the routine, two chapeau brims are used, a pink one for the females and a blue brim for the male characters enabling each new hat shape to be produced in an alternating color.
Detailed instructions with many pictures cover all you need to perform this wonderful act, from preparation of the "brims" to patter. A lot of fun and entertainment for your audience, complete, easy to follow and easy to do. What else would you ask?
1st digital edition 2017, 14 pages.
word count: 2176 which is equivalent to 8 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Greg Phillips (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★ Date Added: Thursday 30 August, 2018
Nothing new in this publication. He mentions "plastic" to make the brims but is more likely speaking of thin foam. Save you $5.