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I offer customized educational school performances tailored to diverse developmental levels, spanning from pre-K through fifth grade, ensuring age-appropriate content and engagement for each grade level.

35-45 minutes depending on the grade level

I utilize a blend of magic, puppets, comedy and active student involvement to creatively impart educational concepts. Students will retain what they learn because they have enjoyed the learning process.

I bring everything I need to perform. That includes a sound system and mic. Just give me a place to plug in my system and voila! Everyone watching can hear me and you don’t need to have a tech person on hand. I show up early so you can relax knowing your performer is ready to go.

For space, I will need a minimum of a 7 foot square for the staging area and my big feet.

In order to allow for good sight lines and more students to participate in the interactive program, we suggest limiting the number of students per assembly to (ideally) 100, but can accommodate more as you see fit.

The price of $350 will include as many back-to-back performances as needed to make sure as many students can see it on the first day. If an additional day is needed, the cost for the second day would be only $150.

Pipsqueak is a little bitty clown. Don’t tell her, but she’s practically the same size as the kiddos. (The creepy clowns are usually big guys with amateur acts and bad makeup…they scare us, too!) She’s also very good at reading the room. Her approach with shy kids is to NEVER get in their face or come on strong. Instead, she plays shy, too. She’ll keep her distance and let the shy child come to her when they are ready. She encourages the adults NOT to push the child at all. Instead, she takes a very gentle approach. Shy children are able to sit in the back and watch the show at a distance until they feel comfortable. They see Pipsqueak interacting with their more outgoing friends, and they fall in love with her silly puppets. They want to join in on the magic. By the time the show is over, the shyest child has warmed up and most want to come closer to get a sticker or get their face painted. Winning the heart of the shy child is something Pipsqueak excels at. But who are we kidding? It’s not just the kids, right? Countless adults have told us, “I’m usually afraid of clowns, but I’m not afraid of Pipsqueak!”

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