for all occasions
Magic, juggling, balloon sculpting ...
has been performing professionally, entertaining audiences with magic
and juggling since 1985, adding ballooning soon after. Performing venues
have ranged from living rooms to stages and from street corners to
restaurants. Audiences from around the world have included everyone from preschoolers to
- Walk-around -
Strolling entertainment, including magic, ballooning, and
juggling for private parties, outdoor festivals, and restaurants.
- Magic, Danger, Suspense and Silliness -
Comedy, magic, balloons, and danger(?) are combined in an unusual fashion,
leaving family audiences amused and amazed. This is presented as either a one-man
show or as a two-man show with John Barthelmes, bringing live music and
some unusual twists into the mix. This show is the result of two people
ignoring the warnings and "trying this at home."
- Educational shows -
Performances with a curriculum-based theme are presented in many school
situations. Audience participation and learning is a critical part of the
... and other useless skills
At times, Larry has been known to add some other odd bits to the act such
as fire-eating and a lame attempt at sword
swallowing. Who knows what will be next. Ballet, perhaps?
Balloon art -
Educational shows -
Check the calendar to see where Larry will be
performing or teaching.
Some of the companies that Larry has performed for include Kodak, Xerox,
Bausch & Lomb, Fuji Television, the White House. He performed at Phish's
Clifford Ball. Larry has performed in schools, libraries, fairs,
festivals, bookstores, and parties around the world as well as teaching
ballooning and magic to other entertainers throughout the world.
a slightly more detailed list of Larry's
There's no better way to learn about a performer than to see him in action.
Some video is available for downloading.
Larry has collaborated with some of his favorite clowns to put together an
unusual theater experience in Stars for Kids.
snail mail: PO Box 23523, Rochester, NY 14692, USA
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