ZOOM, Series I; 508
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We present bring poetry in motion for Mr. Nice. Today or you don't. Have a great job. Martin. Denise and I are acrobats of Circus World Museum. Circus fashion.
It's a museum with old artifacts from different circuses around the world just like it was in your days. It's his choice. People get. A nice you and Mark get seated to sweep the bar now we gotta get all those mules working for the train show all of us to have a bale of hay and water the petting zoo right now. To play here but hard to do all that for me the people who were in the circus or museum do work very hard. They're professionals and they like what they're
doing they're watching again like I said this is somebody says I know how to do it. Then you have to be one step ahead of me to do it again you fool. Clara and of the north. Are clowns. Sometime in their life and I feel like a lot of weather I just put in a mission. Sometimes you catch a kid come on. Can I touch that. Cory says tragedies that are going to start over It's a rough life but it's. Yeah you get sawdust in your shoes you can't get it out. After. We saw the end the newspaper that said anybody who wants to join come down the circus room museum in sand you name.
It What You Doing. All right. OK I was doing good today. We do a good today we're doing the show pretty soon. Are you ready. OK Mark Foley up. Thataway now get on their good and solid. OK you got it all right Mark this is the last trek remember this is a spectacular remember now you're not going on this trek on the proud swing at the top of your height and you're just let it go flying in the air if you don't you're going to get your legs. I understand are you afraid. Yes. But do it anyway. All right now now. Oh that's a tie. Let's call OK here we are now. That's all right. OK that's pretty good. A little girly though that's all right now that's the last number to make your baju come Alesia looks like. That's you know looks like come on down up there you go. All right I like it. That wasn't bad.
And then to show you on the screen Did You Know That. Oh you know just smile. You scream you know you pay and then they'll scream with you. That's what we'll cover the circus for for the thrills today those performers represent high above the sawdust rain. Or tree of motion in this one single tragedy. That's what I'm the boy that forgot 15 year old master aboard. Specialty.
Is dangerous because you risky. Dangerous. Back. Master it with you. It is a kid's dream to be in the circus. To be great and those people watching you doing your tricks. I think I was mostly. Slumped
on the Jews views and was. All reports come from around the country straight from you. Each week zoom says you can help us to fly high. Today's report show how viewers really do well. Jennifer. Thank you Chris. Middletown New Jersey invented a way we can pretend. To Fly high she says what you do is take a very big big piece of paper and pad it so it looks like a jet. Make slits in the arms and put it on. Get a pogo stick and make a sound like an airplane. Then jump with a pogo stick. Now Thanks Jennifer. Katie Easter shell is in Saginaw Michigan. She told us her view on a poem a Robin sits on a branch like a feather in rain shine or any kind of weather. Open your eyes and see him open your ears and hear him open your imagination and live with him. A cardio Thanks neuro. Well Regina Allen
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remark to sure I will bring a hat with a shirt right. OK reflect back. Good looks great out looks terrific. Now put it face. Everybody knows in future meetings of the class we will be learning about mimes and gestures props and gags magic and many other facets of climbing but today's workshop is on makeup. Now there are four basic types of makeup. There is the white face which has a pleasure codebase. The tramp. The fourth is a character class and this is limited only by your imagination. First step in getting made up. Everyone with glasses should take the math. That. I want to clear their hair from the face area. And. Work.
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- ZOOM, Series I
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- WGBH Educational Foundation
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Producing Organization: WGBH Educational Foundation
Production Unit: Children's Programming (STS)
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