Dickens & Dave's Vent Voting

Ventriloquism Info Surveys

What type of vent figure do you use primarily?
Hard Figure (purchased)
Hard Figure (home-made)
Soft Figure (purchased)
Soft Figure (home-made)
Other

Currently, are you...........
An amateur vent.
A vent hobbyist.
A semi-professional vent.
A professional vent.

At what age did you begin your vent activities?
Under age 12.
Between the ages of 12 to 20.
Between the ages of 20 to 35.
Between the ages of 35 to 50.
Over age 50..
More than one of the above. (Practiced vent for a time, gave it up for a time, and came back to it.)

What method did you primarily use to learn vent?
Personal instruction.
An instructional book.
An instructional video.
The Maher Course.
A combination of the above.
None of the above.

Were any of these vents a major influence in your interest in vent?
Edgar Bergen
Paul Winchell
Jimmy Nelson
Willie Tyler
Jay Johnson
Paul Stadelman (you knew I had to include him)
Shari Lewis
Another vent not listed here.

What type of shows do you do primarily?
Comedy Clubs
Children's shows (birthday parties, schools, etc.)
Fairs / festivals
Banquets (business or private)
Church / religious groups
Other types of shows not listed here.

How often do you generally practice? (routines, technique, etc.)
Daily.
More than one day per week.
One day per week.
Whenever there is a chance to practice.

How much time do you generally spend when practicing?
15 minutes to 1/2 hour.
1/2 hour to 1 hour.
1 hour to 1and 1/2 hours.
More than 1 and 1/2 hours.

When practicing ventriloquism, which aspect is the hardest for you?
Figure manipulation.
Lip control.
Writing material.
Memorizing material.
Character voice.
Character/vent constrast.

When practicing ventriloquism, which aspect is the easiest for you?
Figure manipulation.
Lip control.
Writing material.
Memorizing material.
Character voice.
Character/vent constrast.



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