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harris
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During a puppetry workshop with middle students, several of them were "freaked out" by my traditional figure. One student even had to put her head down.

One solution can be seen on the home page of my IBM based site.

http://magician.org/member/doctoroflaughology

Anyone else use something on your "figures"..including repainting, hats...?
Harris Deutsch aka dr laugh
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34" Dummyworks figures seems to work for young kids.
Donald Woodford

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harris
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Looks like your "figures" bring a lot of joy. (looked at your website)

Harris
Harris Deutsch aka dr laugh
drlaugh4u@gmail.com
music, magic and marvelous toys
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Thanks Harris. WE try.
Donald Woodford

"Invite a Dummy, to your next function."
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