Posts tagged: Barbershop

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Emceeing: 7/5/13 script, Barbershoppers at Marin County (CA) Fair

(1) Happy Birthday! Yesterday was our country’s birthday, and today we want to help you celebrate it by singing some festive songs the barbershop way! We are the Marin Golden Gate Barbershoppers—and I’m Gordon Burgett. How many of you folks are from other countries or other states? Raise your hand, then shout it out. Great! […]

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Emceeing: a full script for a two-hour show

This is the final version of a full two-hour show called “Barbershopping from Coast to Coast” and performed at the Civic Center in San Rafael on 11/4/12. I was the author of the script (with lots of help from the Golden Gate Marin County Barbershoppers) and I did the emceeing (as master of ceremonies). —– […]

Emceeing: how to write a script that works!

If you’re comfortable with your topic and audience and you enjoy speaking in public, there are just a few bases you must touch to hear a volley of “great job’s” later on. If you’re not, you may have to tape your script to your glasses and vary nary a whit from its message. Let’s assume […]

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One Way to Write a Script for Your Club or Singing Group

This script was written for the local (Marin Golden Gate Chorus) Barbershoppers, for an annual show on November 6, 2011, at the Marin County theater at the fairgrounds, a once-a-year moneymaker with about 20 singers and an audience of 200+. Mind you, I write books and articles for a living, plus review and sometimes improve […]

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