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Very Talented Tiffany Riley Leads Camp

Carl Jones in Dallas sent along great news of Tiffany Riley’s summer offering
for young people. Ms. Riley, the creative and talented staff of Slappy’s Puppet
Playhouse are set to provide their Summer Circus Camp July 11th through the
15th.

The program is designed for three to five year-olds (“Pee Wees”) and five to
twelve year-olds (“Roustabouts”) to teach the essential skills necessary for
today’s modern young man or woman.

Students will get a chance to learn juggling, plate spinning, classic clown
routines and all about physical comedy. They will even get to discover their own
clown face.

In keeping with the raison d’?tre of a location called “Slappy’s
Puppet Playhouse? to top it off, each student will make their very own puppet
and even learn some magic tricks. At the end of the week, our brand new circus
artists will present their new skills and talents to an audience of adoring fans
(mom & dad), on the stage at Slappy’s Playhouse.

Ms. Riley comes to clowning with a prestigious and helpful background. She
attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, started performing at
age six in musicals and TV commercials. Ms. Riley’s stage credits include
Sesame Street Live, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and The Muppet
Show on Tour
.

Tiffany has choreographed for Ringling Bros. And Barnum &
Bailey Clown College, The L.A. Circus and with Anita Mann Productions. She
performed in the New York Fringe Festival in Clowning the Bard, become a
member of the Big Apple Circus Clown Care Unit and co-founded The New York
Goofs.

With the Goofs she has performed at the Kennedy Center, Wolf Trap Farm
Park, and in New York at Lincoln Center, Avery Fisher Hall (with the Little
Orchestra Society), Carnegie Hall, and at the Flea Theater in Goof productions
of Hopped Up on Goofballs, Noses Off, and The Goof Family
Christmas Special
, all of which she also served as co-producer and
choreographer.

There are not many places where one can learn from such experienced and
dedicated instructors. The Pee Wees and Roustabouts of Dallas are very
fortunate.

Check out Slappy’s Playhouse here.

Very Talented Tiffany Riley Leads Camp

Carl Jones in Dallas sent along great news of Tiffany Riley’s summer offering
for young people. Ms. Riley, the creative and talented staff of Slappy’s Puppet
Playhouse are set to provide their Summer Circus Camp July 11th through the
15th.

The program is designed for three to five year-olds (“Pee Wees”) and five to
twelve year-olds (“Roustabouts”) to teach the essential skills necessary for
today’s modern young man or woman.

Students will get a chance to learn juggling, plate spinning, classic clown
routines and all about physical comedy. They will even get to discover their own
clown face.

In keeping with the raison d’?tre of a location called “Slappy’s
Puppet Playhouse? to top it off, each student will make their very own puppet
and even learn some magic tricks. At the end of the week, our brand new circus
artists will present their new skills and talents to an audience of adoring fans
(mom & dad), on the stage at Slappy’s Playhouse.

Ms. Riley comes to clowning with a prestigious and helpful background. She
attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, started performing at
age six in musicals and TV commercials. Ms. Riley’s stage credits include
Sesame Street Live, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and The Muppet
Show on Tour
.

Tiffany has choreographed for Ringling Bros. And Barnum &
Bailey Clown College, The L.A. Circus and with Anita Mann Productions. She
performed in the New York Fringe Festival in Clowning the Bard, become a
member of the Big Apple Circus Clown Care Unit and co-founded The New York
Goofs.

With the Goofs she has performed at the Kennedy Center, Wolf Trap Farm
Park, and in New York at Lincoln Center, Avery Fisher Hall (with the Little
Orchestra Society), Carnegie Hall, and at the Flea Theater in Goof productions
of Hopped Up on Goofballs, Noses Off, and The Goof Family
Christmas Special
, all of which she also served as co-producer and
choreographer.

There are not many places where one can learn from such experienced and
dedicated instructors. The Pee Wees and Roustabouts of Dallas are very
fortunate.

Check out Slappy’s Playhouse here.

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