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Entertaining in the Healthcare Setting with Ron Anglin

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Ron Anglin is having a ball as a juggling family entertainer, performing full-time for the last 13 years with his act "Quite a Catch," for schools, libraries, churches, malls, festivals and corporate events, in addition to being a street performer.

He teaches circus arts for Cirque du Soleil's outreach program: Cirque du Monde, and has performed in 26 states for National School Assemblies and Dakota Assemblies. His favorite work is for the Big Apple Circus Clown Care [SM] at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston, and Scottish Rite, as Dr. Tiny.

With Ron's wealth of experience as a teacher and extensive repertoire as a family entertainer, guesting on this segment of AHeart4Clowning Talk Radio Show, Ron will share with listeners his helpful insight for hospital clowns, caring clowns, healthcare family entertainers, applied humor therapists and SmileMakers:

  • Perspective on entertaining in the healthcare setting.
  • What all healthcare family entertainers can learn from watching performances in other venues.
  • How healthcare family entertainers can adapt performances to fit the healthcare venue.

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