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Learning the art of clowning around

Pictured above is a culmination of efforts from clowns who participated in Tricia Manuel's "Mooseburger Camp." Folks from near and far come to Tricia's camp to study the art of clowning and what it means to create a character that inspires and brings joy. (Photos courtesy of Tricia Manuel and Mooseburger Camp)

 

Tricia, left, as Pricilla Mooseburger with her daughter, Julia, right, in full makeup for the camp's many courses. Tricia and her daughter both have performed for the former Ringling Bros. Circus as clowns.

 

At camp, Tricia stated that aspiring clowns learn a myriad of tips, tricks, and specialties to study over the course of a week. Some clowns learn the art of magic, and others learn face painting, to name a few. Skits, Tricia stated, are a vital and fun part of clowning, and men and women get to practice the skills they learned from clown school, at the end of the week, with a free performance. The show will be in Buffalo, at the Civic Center, on Saturday, July 28 at 6:30 p.m.

 

The Mooseburger Camp logo. Tricia stated that she knew as soon as she put on her first face of clown makeup, that she was going to clown for the rest of her life. After years in the circus, she opted to start her own costume shop in Maple Lake, with the hope of being able to use her skills to help other clowns in the business.

 


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