Laughter in the Living Room

Laughter in the Living Room

For more than fifty years some very funny people have been entering American homes through television's big picture window.

Author: Michael Tueth

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 0820468452

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 241

View: 510

For more than fifty years some very funny people have been entering American homes through television's big picture window. From Lucy and Uncle Miltie, to Archie Bunker and Marge Simpson, certain comic stars of television history have become not just cultural icons, but friends of the family. This comprehensive study of the most successful television comedies - including domestic sitcoms, workplace comedies, variety shows, late-night comedy, animated comedy, and more - reveals that, unlike the comedy found in film, on stage, in comedy clubs and concert halls, television's presentation of comic characters and stories must negotiate a relationship with the more privatized and value-laden environment of each American home that it enters.
Categories: Performing Arts

Reeling with Laughter

Reeling with Laughter

He is the author of Laughter in the Living Room: Television Comedy and the
American Home Audience (2005). He has conducted numerous courses and
workshops on comedy and its relationship to changes in social attitudes. Having
taught ...

Author: Michael V. Tueth

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 9780810883680

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 228

View: 198

Film comedy has been around as long as cinema itself. Over the years, particular forms of the genre have emerged, evolved, and spawned other branches of comedy. While these subgenres may vary in their approach to humor, all of them have the same goal: amusing audiences. In Reeling with Laughter: American Film Comedies—From Anarchy to Mockumentary, Michael V. Tueth examines some of the most enjoyable comic movies of all time. Beginning with the anarchic romp Duck Soup (1933), each chapter explores a specific subgenre through a representative film. Along with the Marx Brothers’ classic, other subgenres discussed in this volume include romantic comedy (It Happened One Night), screwball comedy (Bringing Up Baby and What’s Up, Doc?), musical comedy (Singin’ in the Rain), sex farce (Some Like It Hot), satire (Dr. Strangelove), parody (Young Frankenstein), neurotic comedy (Annie Hall), Dionysian comedy (Animal House), mockumentary (Waiting for Guffman), and animated comedy (South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut). In this volume, Tueth provides the background of each film’s production and discusses their audience reception, critical appraisal, and the qualities that have characterized these enduring works. Reeling with Laughter will appeal to film students, as well as the general public eager to revisit these great American films.
Categories: Performing Arts

With Love and Laughter John Ritter

With Love and Laughter  John Ritter

hadn't bargained for was how much living in New York would blow John's mind.
... under the covers when I heard a lot of noises emanating from the living room:
Tyler's horrified scream, squealing, laughter, more laughter... and more laughter.

Author: Amy Yasbeck

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1439150567

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 272

View: 668

With Love and Laughter is actress Amy Yasbeck’s most enduring memory of the life she shared with her husband, John Ritter. He was one of America’s most popular and beloved film and television actors. We welcomed him into our homes weekly with his Emmy Award–winning portrayal of Jack Tripper on Three’s Company and his hit comedy 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter. On September 11, 2003, John Ritter’s death from an undiagnosed aortic dissection, at the age of fifty-four, shocked and saddened not only his family and friends but also his millions of fans around the world. In this celebration of the life she shared with John, Yasbeck gives an emotionally honest account of navigating the shock and heartbreak of her family’s sudden loss. She honors his memory by recounting the lessons learned from her husband and his unique approach to life. She encourages us to enrich our own lives, as John did, by joyfully acknowledging our connectedness to one another. The tragedy of his untimely and avoidable death holds its own valuable lessons: life-saving ones. In 2007, John’s brother, Tom, empowered with the correct information about aortic aneurysm and dissection’s familial link, was properly diagnosed and his aneurysm was treated successfully. Knowing who is genetically at risk for this condition enables us all to avoid being blindsided by this insidious and often deadly disease. Here is an account of Yasbeck’s call to action for the public and medical community alike, culminating in the formation of the John Ritter Foundation for Aortic Health and the Ritter Rules. In this powerful memoir Amy Yasbeck shares her deeply personal and ultimately hopeful journey of surviving the devastating loss of her husband. Yasbeck looks back with anecdotes and memories from both John’s life and her own. Here are the unforgettable times she shared with a man who was adored for finding humor in everyday encounters, never failing to energize and entertain everyone around him. His philosophy was summed up by his favorite autograph for his fans, With Love and Laughter, John Ritter. Amy Yasbeck’s powerful story reminds us that love never dies . . . and the laughter doesn’t have to end. AMY YASBECK WITH LOVE AND LAUGHTER, John Ritter
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Only When I Laugh Doctor

Only When I Laugh  Doctor

A bedwas made for Mick inthe living roomand a cheery fire waskept burning. ...
Such was the eagerness with which Micklooked forward to his girlfriends' visits,
and such was the laughter coming from the living room attimes, that Alice, bless
her ...

Author: Robert Clifford

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780751557152

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 192

View: 615

An omnibus edition of Oh Dear, Doctor!, Look Out Doctor! and Surely Not, Doctor!, this volume follows the further exploits of Dr Bob Clifford in his country practice on the Somerset coast. Small though the town of Tadchester may be, nobody could accuse it of being sleepy. Not when stream of patients flocking to the surgery include Mrs. Short with her secret addiction, the absent-minded, incontinent vicar of St Peter's, the little greengrocer for whom an operation could restore marital duties with his huge bowler- hatted wife . . . not forgetting the entire rugby team from Drake's College who develop a mysterious and embarrassing ailment after an away match at a London night club . . . And even off-duty, life of Dr Bob is far from dull. Especially when it involves ailments at a writers' summer school, a camping holiday in France with his elderly, eccentric father-in-law and, ironically, a spell in hospital . . .
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Laughter Salad

Laughter Salad

I was instructed to draw a living room wall and examine how it should be
removed. The adjacent wall could house a window, which would provide more
light in the living room, the hallway, and the kitchen. The message was that this
could also ...

Author: Kimberly Ann Borin, Edd

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781475937534

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 204

View: 557

Stories define our experiences and connect us to our global community. In "Laughter Salad," author Dr. Kimberly Ann Borin narrates the moments that have defined her life as an athlete, teacher, counselor, and traveler a mixture of laughter and nourishment. In this collection of inspirational true stories and playful art, Borin shares vignettes and times of synchronicity, serendipity, and miracles that bring us closer to our heart s desires reminders that we are exactly where we need to be. Including tales of her travels around the world, "Laughter Salad" tells of Borin riding her bicycle across the United States, running a fifty-mile race, healing from a concussion, and learning how to be a performance artist. Funny, sincere, humbling, and comforting, Borin s experiences remind us that we are precious and that we each have a gift to bring to the world. Through the stories told, "Laughter Salad" communicates that our journeys matter, and that along the way we offer gifts to make the world a better, brighter place."
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Love Laughter and Fur

Love  Laughter  and Fur

The cat expressed her enthusiasm by relieving herself on the evil carrier when it
was sitting in the middle of the living room floor. Obviously, with Murphee the
classic advice from the cat-care books wasn't going to work. Kat needed the ...

Author: Susan C. Daffron

Publisher: Logical Expressions, Inc.

ISBN: 9781610380430

Category: Fiction

Page: 1182

View: 921

Get the first four Alpine Grove romantic comedies in one collection at a discount! Four full-length feel-good novels that include a little bit of humor and a whole lot of fur. Each novel stands alone, but Alpine Grove is a small town, so many characters do tend to reappear. After a while, you'll start to feel like you're a member of the community. The Love, Laughter, and Fur collection from Susan C. Daffron is 1200 pages of romantic comedy fun that readers say literally has them laughing out loud. If you like a little light romance, quirky animal stories, and tales of small town life, or you're just someone who is looking for a light read to help escape the daily grind, you won't be disappointed. Books in this collection: CHEZ STINKY Kat Stevens is a slightly insecure, mostly bored tech writer who likes her cat a lot more than her boss. When she inherits her great aunt’s house, she finds it's filled with pets and complications. After coping with out-of-control dogs, cat fights, dust dinosaurs, massive spiders and roof problems, things get more interesting when Kat meets Joel, an unemployed techie type with an enigmatic past. FUZZY LOGIC Librarian Jan Carpenter likes things just so. Nestled in her tidy little cottage on the outskirts of the small hamlet of Alpine Grove, she enjoys her quiet life with her friendly, rotund black lab, Rosa. Jan's orderly life is turned upside down when she attends her mother's latest wedding in San Diego where she encounters Michael Lawson, the obnoxious neighbor kid from twenty years ago. He's still irritating, but not as annoying as his dog who has a habit of eating...everything. THE ART OF WAG With the exception of a few failed forays into higher education, Tracy Sullivan has lived her entire life in the small town of Alpine Grove. When she is fired from her hostess job, Tracy hits a new all-time career low. Now she's officially a repeat underachiever and almost completely broke. Desperate for a change of scene, Tracy splurges on a digital art class in the city where she meets Rob Thompson, a geeky computer networking guy who wants a new career as much as she does. After seeing her illustrations, he offers Tracy a temporary job, but adding "starving artist" to her dubious list of achievements doesn't seem wise. SNOW FURRIES After a life-altering setback destroys Rebecca Mackenzie's career, she starts over as a real estate appraisal trainee in her uncle's office. Map reading has never been her strong suit, and on a trip to Alpine Grove, Becca's navigational skills are pushed to the limit in a town that doesn't believe in road signs. When the supposed-to-be flurries turn out to be a record-setting blizzard, the trip literally goes downhill after Becca's car slides off the road into a ditch. Accompanied by his huge mountain dog, a scruffy stranger wearing a massive coat with dozens of pockets drags Becca to safety.
Categories: Fiction

Love and Laughter

Love and Laughter

After living in a rented room for several months he ran out of money and joined
me and my two young children in a tiny three-room apartment over a store. We
had moved in one sunny afternoon, unaware that a huge commercial sign
attached ...

Author: Rose Esther Fox

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595458561

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 176

View: 295

Brimming with humor, warmth, and candid memories, Love and Laughter pays tribute to marriage and togetherness. In this poignant memoir, Rose E. Fox honors her relationship with Ken Fox, her late husband, and offers an intimate look at their friendship and love, as well as their vulnerabilities, trust, and devotion to each other. When Rose and Ken first met more than fifty-five years ago, they shared similar backgrounds, but their personalities were nothing alike, and their relationship faced inevitable challenges. Here, Rose looks back on their time together-from their first blissful years, to their sometimes rocky relationship, to the final days of Ken's life as he succumbed to a twelve-year battle with prostrate cancer at age seventy-six. Anyone in a marriage-and anyone who has suffered the loss of a true love-will be heartened and uplifted by this timeless love story, which captures a full range of emotions and celebrates the kind of courage, commitment, and spirit it takes to make a relationship last and thrive.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Storm Mountain

Storm Mountain

Yes, Dad had loved to laugh, and play, especially with his only daughter. When
Cat was little, their ... Soon all six of the Taylors would be rolling and wrestling
and laughing on the living room floor, one big happy family. Hot tears welled up
in ...

Author: Tom Birdseye

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781497645936

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 137

View: 985

Cat Taylor is furious when her cousin steals her father’s ashes to scatter on the mountain—but when they get caught in a blizzard, can the two work together to survive? Cat Taylor’s father and uncle, a famous search-and-rescue team, died on Storm Mountain two years ago, and Cat and her mother still can’t seem to move on. When her mom goes away on business for the weekend, Cat thinks she has the house to herself—until her cousin Ty suddenly shows up at her door, claiming his dad visited him in a dream and told him to scatter the two brothers’ ashes at the mountain’s summit. Cat refuses; how can Ty ask her to let go of her dad? But when she wakes up the next morning, Cat discovers that Ty has gone to Storm Mountain—and he took her father’s ashes with him. Determined to stop Ty before he does something crazy, Cat races up the mountain after him. But when a huge snowstorm rolls in and traps them, Cat and Ty realize they could be in more danger than they ever imagined.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Fun and Laughter on our Summer Holiday

Fun and Laughter on our Summer Holiday

As we entered the front door, we made our way right to the living room. Behind
the lounge was the mauve bedroom Elvis gave to his parents, Vernon and
Gladys Presley. Then we turned back to see the dining room across the hall
opposite the ...

Author: Eileen Edwards

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781467886093

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 612

View: 632

"Fun And Laughter On A Summer Holiday" continues to show Eileen's amazing observation and her keenness to learn as much as possible about each place she is to visit. Reading about each day is a joy. One day you will be crying with the emotion expressed, but then this will soon be followed with laughter. You will be laughing out loud with Eileen's unique sense of humor.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Kisdadee Girl

Kisdadee Girl

But the continuing laughter from the living room was like a magnet. Why couldn't
my parents be so lighthearted all the time? I glanced at the kitchen clock; Mummy
hadn't even remembered Confession! I dawdled by the cooler. A determined fly ...

Author: Maggie Harris

Publisher: HopeRoad

ISBN: 9781908446114

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 220

View: 537

Powerful forces surge through British Guiana as it transforms into independent Guyana. Margaret must navigate her own independence. Scottish, Portuguese, African: all and none of these, this teenager of the emergent Caribbean learns seduction Hollywood-style, but she belongs to more than a century of transgressions. She kisses forbidden faces, the living colours of colonial history. Love and loss come home to her in two men of the river.;When Margaret is just fifteen, her father dies. A little later, she packs up her dreams, leaves her riverman and makes the Atlantic crossing. But the spirits of her old geography keep whispering.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Living Room Lectures

Living Room Lectures

51 The producers of all the television programs analyzed here felt some
ambivalence about laugh tracks , justifying their placement by their parallel to “
real ” laughter . Eugene Rodney was by all accounts opposed to the inclusion of
a laugh ...

Author: Nina C. Leibman

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015034426125

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 338

View: 556

Nina Leibman analyzes many feature films and dozens of TV situation comedy episodes from 1954 to 1963 to find surprising commonalities in their representations of the family.
Categories: Performing Arts

A Random Interruption Surviving Breast Cancer with Laughter Vodka Smoothies and an Attitude

A Random Interruption  Surviving Breast Cancer with Laughter  Vodka  Smoothies and an Attitude

The ceiling in the living room and the ceiling in the basement were partially down
, the master bedroom hall was wet, the office was trashed, the bar in the
basement was trashed, and our beautiful kitchen and library cabinets were
ruined.

Author: Suzanne Zaccone

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465330635

Category: Medical

Page: 499

View: 762

Suzanne Zaccone, one of Americas most influential entrepreneurs, strips naked with a feisty and clear-eyed story of how she loses her breast and fights to get it back. Zaccone writes with an iron grip on the details, and reveals the secrets of cancer patients that are taboo and lost in translation. A Random Interruption is equipped with a dictionary of the language of breast cancer and a list of provocative questions to ask the doctors. World-renowned plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. David Song adds a medical perspective to the book with a Doctors Corner. Raw and unflinching, Zaccones story is the stuff of other womens livesof mothers and daughters and sisters, and of the sisterhood that forms when women are united in battle against a common enemy. Dense, atmospheric and written with spectacular wit and style, A Random Interruption is a literary tour de force. All proceeds from this book will go to the Breast Cancer Center at the University of Chicago.
Categories: Medical

Nathalie Sarraute and the Feminist Reader

Nathalie Sarraute and the Feminist Reader

As the novel opens, the two Gentlemen are together in the living room, but the
laughter from upstairs continually distracts the Father. Just as the Young
Husband's identity in Le Planetarium depends on his Young Wife's pure
adoration, the ...

Author: Sarah Barbour

Publisher: Bucknell University Press

ISBN: 0838752357

Category: Social Science

Page: 298

View: 329

Situated at an intersection of feminist critical practice in the United States and feminist cultural theory in France, Nathalie Sarraute and the Feminist Reader is an investigation of the way in which this French New Novelist's first eight works, in their increasing dramatization of the issue of reading, problematize certain feminist literary analyses, especially in relation to "l'ecriture feminine." After an exploration of the difficulty Sarraute's writing poses for the critical enterprise through a lengthy reading of Sarrautien criticism in the U.S. and France, Sarah Barbour shows how Sarraute's works eventually prohibit any fixed reading and open up instead a space in which we as readers are moved toward a more personal understanding of our use of narrative and of socio-sexual constructs in the continual, day-to-day constitution and reconstitution of subjectivity. Nathalie Sarraute conceives of the evolution of the novel as a movement through history and thus situates her work within a tradition of psychological realism at the same time that she proposes radical innovations of the tradition. Her novels do not discard or revise past works but rather internalize them in an effort to expand the notion of what is possible for psychological realism. This study takes as its model Sarraute's example of simultaneity, which invites an understanding of time both as a diachronic movement through "phases,": from the psychological realism of Dostoyevski to that of Kafka to her own, and as a synchronic encounter that elicits simultaneous relationships to different "phases." Within the movement of feminist literary criticism scholars have often discerned what are also referred to as "phases;" that is, criticism in the United States has moved from its initial concern with images of women in fiction by male writers to a desire to establish a feminine tradition of women's writing. Nathalie Sarraute and the Feminist Reader is not an attempt to claim that Sarraute's work represents "ecriture feminine." Reading Sarraute's novels in their "evolution," Sarah Barbour has found that they forced her own reading and understanding of this term to "evolve." She therefore proposes that the novels open up a space that is beyond the frozen shells of gender, which continue to bind women and men personally and critically. The power of Sarraute's work lies in the solitary experience of our encounter with her presentation and perception of reality. In this encounter we are forced to experience the fluid nature of subjectivity; that is, to internalize and explore differences within personal and sexual identity that, by extension, affect the identity of larger political movements.
Categories: Social Science

I m Not Butter Chicken

I m Not Butter Chicken

The tongue which had danced itself to exhaustion. Voices. Voices again.
Punctuated with laughter this time. Laughter? ... Even her parents, unaware and
uncaring of her despair were sitting downstairs in their living room and laughing.

Author: Paro Anand

Publisher: Roli Books Private Limited

ISBN: 9788174369017

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 99

View: 889

'I'm not butter chicken, you can't order me!'. Not a very wise thing to shout at your dad. But then, that's teenagers for you: so un-wise, yet breathtakingly brilliant, all at the same time. Growing up in a changing world, coping in a fallible world. The stormy years, the funny, wise, heart-wrenching years.The precious years, the bandar years, the wonder years. Teen stories, heart-breakingly wise, because they are so true.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

A Soul to Keep

A Soul to Keep

Startled, the doctor jolted out of bed and into the living room to investigate. upon
entering the living room and fully ... away from entering his room when he heard
the unmistakable sound of a person laughing coming from the living room.

Author: Christopher L. Haefner

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465327338

Category: Fiction

Page: 355

View: 625

Book Summary of The Cuz Bounded by truth, The Cuz, highlights the diabolical life of James Cuzze as told through the inculcations of Dr. Christopher Haefner. The doctor had always endeavored to help him before it was too late. But then James is killed! The doctor is devastated. As a prominent psychiatrist he knows that if he could have helped James he could have helped anybody. Had he succeeded he could have considered himself a brilliant physician. Now he would never know. But would he? Ten years after his death James returns-in ghostly form! Little by little he exacts his purposes into the doctors life by purporting to his exasperated friend that he has come back only to help him. James has nothing to reconcile with as the doctor does and he shows him in ways which were like him, wildly wicked. From the first encounter until last the doctors life is blasted towards a final enlightenment!
Categories: Fiction

Strange Nervous Laughter

Strange Nervous Laughter

Whenever he had to be in the same room as his parents, the space between
them bristled with all the things they had not ... some time – sitting on the edge of
the couch in the living room, brimming with excitement, their eyes unnaturally
bright.

Author: Bridget McNulty

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 9781429969628

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

View: 993

You'll not find six more remarkable characters: a cashier-turnedmotivational speaker, an undertaker with a toenail fetish, a girl wrapped in dreams, a man who communicates with whales, a garbage man with a peculiar sense of smell, and a Guinness Book of World Records representative. When a random holdup at a local grocery brings them together, their once separate lives intertwine in a humorous blend of lyricism, whimsy and wit. This is a rare book about what love does to us, how our lives are changed by being in love—and the odd ways in which we sometimes behave. Up-and-coming novelist McNulty shows herself to be a writer to watch.
Categories: Fiction

The Women s Room

The Women s Room

Mine's been working fine ever since the day it vomited soapsuds all the way into
the living room.' Laughter. 'Oh, okay. Sure. Well, if you need it ... yes, right. No,
listen, it's my turn to drive them and it's okay because I have to go out anyway.

Author: Marilyn French

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780748132140

Category: Fiction

Page: 544

View: 605

A landmark in feminist literature, THE WOMEN'S ROOM is a biting social commentary of a world gone silently haywire. Written in the 1970s but with profound resonance today, this is a modern allegory that offers piercing insight into the social norms accepted blindly and revered so completely. 'Today's "desperate housewives" eat your heart out! This is the original and still the best, a page-turner that makes you think. Essential reading' Kate Mosse 'They said this book would change lives - and it certainly changed mine' Jenni Murray 'Reading THE WOMEN'S ROOM was an intense and wonderful experience. It is in my DNA' Kirsty Wark 'THE WOMEN'S ROOM took the lid off a seething mass of women's frustrations, resentments and furies; it was about the need to change things from top to bottom; it was a declaration of independence' OBSERVER
Categories: Fiction

Forgotten Laughter

Forgotten Laughter

Humphrey gave a great shout of laughter, which almost drowned Frummie's
malicious cackle, and Brigid rolled her eyes ... The living room was warm,
mysterious; the scarlet flames flickering behind the glass door of the woodburner
sent long ...

Author: Marcia Willett

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780755386949

Category: Fiction

Page: 380

View: 460

An unexpected visitor brings back haunting memories... Set against the magnificent beauty of Dartmoor, Marcia Willett's spellbinding novel is a tale of a complicated mother-daughter relationship, strengthened by unforgettable events and a visitor with an excess of baggage. Forgotten Laughter is the perfect read for fans of Liz Fenwick and Harriet Evans. 'Her descriptions of Devon's natural beauty are vividly woven into her tale of human strengths and frailties... She understands her people well and handles them with sympathy' - North Devon Journal When Brigid Foster's elderly mother Frummie comes to stay with her at her idyllic Devonian hideaway - Foxhole - Brigid feels it's a hideaway no longer. There has always been tension between the two women, caused by Brigid's opinion that Frummie has always favoured her sister Jemima over her. But when two murders occur nearby, both of women on their own, Brigid and Frummie are drawn together; especially when a visitor appears who seems to be hiding a terrible secret... What readers are saying about Forgotten Laughter: 'Set in the beautiful Devon countryside, the story completely draws you in - you will not want to put this down' 'A lovely book which had me enthralled' 'Five stars - Marcia Willett always has me gripped from beginning to end'
Categories: Fiction

A Little Laughter a Few Good Friends and a Whole Lot of God s Grace

A Little Laughter a Few Good Friends and a Whole Lot of God s Grace

Anthony started doing things to try to get me to get up and go sleep in the living
room. Mike the oldest brother was taking up for me, and then he and Anthony got
into it. Here came Daddy down that hall way. When we heard him coming, it was
 ...

Author: Roger Witt

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 9781619963436

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 134

View: 564

This is a story about a man by the name of Frank Witt, his wife Ophelia, their family, and people they knew, loved and loved to talk about. It 's a book of true stories that begin during hard times on Horse Lick Creek in Jackson County, Kentucky. I am telling these stories the way my family, friends, and I recall them. These stories may or may not be exactly the way they were told, but they are all real and true stories, some even include a dose of good clean humor.
Categories: Family & Relationships

Presto Laughter

Presto  Laughter

More Than 2,800 New Laugh-Lines for Your Favorite Magic Tricks Carroll
Edward Lisby. That's amazing. And it's not ... the pages are uncolored again. Don'
t you wish you could remove crayon marks from your living room walls that easily
?

Author: Carroll Edward Lisby

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781469122946

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 335

View: 359

One thing magicians like to hear even more than oohs and ahhs is laugher. They know laughter means a happy, satisfied audience, which means more bookings and higher fees. If youd like to add new laughs to your act but have despaired of finding suitable material take heart. Here is the resource countless magicians have been waiting for: Carroll Lisbys Presto! Laughter: More Than 2,800 New Laugh-Lines for Your Favorite Magic Tricks. Not a batch of old, recycled jokes, Presto! Laughter is instead a goldmine of magic-themed laugh-lines that you can drop in at appropriate times during a performance.
Categories: Performing Arts