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LeeDillingham
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In a hospitality room with 60 to 80 people, do you think that it is better to stroll around and perform table to table, or set up a performance area in a corner and have people come to you (or a combination of both styles). I have a client that is having trouble making up his mind. As a performer, I really do not mind either way.
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I traditionally do both and give myself options. Get a corner where you can work but don't let yourself get trapped behind a table the whole night. Some groups are shy and need to be approached, just to get them going.

I often work the room then when I get a small group that's really interested, bring them back to the table and then do something more formal for them.

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