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Joanie Spina worked as an artistic director and choreographer for illusionist David Copperfield, helping him stage and routine illusions for stage and television. Today she helps other artists tune their performances through direction and coaching. She sat down for this interview with corporate entertainer Tom Crowl while he was in Las Vegas. The clip has been edited for Entertainment Experts.
You really want to capitalize on the things that you are good at. And you want to find out what it is about you that makes you special, that makes the audience react positively to you. And build on it, and draw it, and build upon your strengths, minimize your weaknesses, but you need to identify them first. And often times it is difficult when it’s you, because you don’t see yourself objectively, the way the audience does, and that’s why it’s great to have an objective eye, a director to come in and help.
Outside opinions can help you see your presentation through the eyes of the audience. To learn more about tuning your public speaking presentation skills, improving stage presence and information about becoming a professional entertainer, visit: