Ventriloquist Script Writing

Ventriloquist Script Writing   The Script Is The Backbone Of A Ventriloquist’s Act. Without A Strong Script, The Entire Program Fails. Your Material Has To Entertain And Give An Audience A Reason To Watch. This Master Class consists of interviews with five professional ventriloquists: Mark Wade, Ken Groves, Steve Petra, Sarah Jones and Bill DeMar. Each was asked questions about their script writing process. Their answers will provide you with a unique look into the minds of these performers. Consisting of twelve videos, the Ventriloquist Script Writing Master Class will inspire you. It will make you think. It will help you understand how different performers approach writing original material. You will discover secrets to make writing and editing easier. You will gain insights to processes and ideas that can help you – but only if you apply them. There may be times when one of the guests say something you’ve heard before. Listen to it again with an open mind. Chances are you will hear it again, and start to wonder if maybe you should listen to the advice – instead of just hearing the information. The final video in the series will detail a synopsis of the script writing…

How to be a Ventriloquist
Blog / 10/20/2015

How to be a Ventriloquist   A Little History on Ventriloquism: The history of ventriloquism dates back as far as 1753 in England by Sir John Parnell who used a talking hand. In 1757 Austrian Baron De Mengen used a small puppet whose mouth piece was very similar to that of a nutcracker. In 1783, Richard Potter, the first Black American Ventriloquist and Magician conversed with a wooden doll, bringing ventriloquism to America. This wonderful art form has been sought after ever since, with a growing number of people wanting to learn how to be a ventriloquist. From the time of Vaudeville to late night television shows, we have all been fascinated with ventriloquists being able to make a doll speak, without ever moving their lips. In the past, the only way to learn this art would be with a mentor willing to teach them or from reading books. As this was such a well-guarded profession, by those ventriloquists, no one wanted to share their techniques with others. So it became quite difficult for someone interested in this art, to learn anything whatsoever. Edgar Bergen, who is considered one of the greatest legends in ventriloquism, released an audio lesson back…

Do You Want To Be A Ventriloquist?
Blog / 09/05/2014

Do You Want To Be A Ventriloquist?   Ever wondered how to be a ventriloquist? Where would you go to learn ventriloquism? Why would you want to learn? Jeff Dunham is the world’s highest grossing touring comedian. He’s been seen almost half a billion times on Youtube, has four top selling comedy DVD’s and regularly sells out arenas around the world. Not bad for a ventriloquist. Terry Fator won America’s Got Talent. He now headlines his own theater at the Mirage Casino in Las Vegas. It is rumored he earned over $20 million last year. Not bad for another ventriloquist. Jay Johnson starred in the hit comedy television SOAP. He went on to star in a one man broadway show called the Two And Only. Jay won a Tony Award for his performance. Again, not bad for another ventriloquist. Ventriloquism is a popular form of entertainment. There are more professional ventriloquists earning their living making puppets talk, than at any other time in history. In addition to headlining theaters and arenas, ventriloquists appear on television, at corporate functions, and on cruise ships. The skills of ventriloquism require practice. If you try to learn ventriloquism from a book, you are in…