LOS ANGELES COMEDIAN, JUGGLER & CONTORTIONIST
Scot Nery is a comedy entertainer who performs a pancake juggling show around the world, works in television and film, and creates theatrical prop-oriented productions.
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A live show provides several advantages you don't find in a planned, recorded performance.
A performer first sets the stage for a great show when they make the decision to connect with their audience. It’s the vital element that lets them create a killer dramatic or comedy show, send a message with impact, or really sell an idea.
Feb 18th 2015
As part of my journey to figure out what makes live entertainment great, I’d like to take a deep look at why people watch stuff. What intrigues people and makes them stare at something? Anything?
Here is a breakdown I've compiled of what compels audiences. I would love your feedback, whether you’re performing or have questions or ideas.
Yes, you can pull this off. Painters, chefs, hair stylists, sculptors, comedians, and architects are all willing to work for free. Here’s my guide to helping you hire any artist for any amount of money, including none.
Here's a quick documentary Alex MacInnis created about my personal life. He has a collection of videos about entertainers in his series on Vimeo.
See the eyebrows? I'm the eyebrows.
It's such an awesome gift to be able to meet and be painted by the best body paint artists in the world! This is one of the reasons being a contortionist in Hollywood is so incredible. And it's really
Creative work is very rewarding, and working with creatives is very confusing. At least, it can be:
I got to do a promo for American Horror Story and they did cool and creepy things to my face. Here's a visual that I'm hoping will help my dentist.
I auditioned as a scary clown, and was chosen because my skin is above-average stretchy and I have a flexible face. That's not my real mustache. Watch the video here!
TV + Film
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The Secrets and Masters of Live Entertainment...
Try following Scot's "Stage Geek" posts to see what he discovers about great live shows.
Stop seeing sucky shows, avoid annoyed audiences, find the joy and fulfillment of a perfect performance. This is a list for the die-hard folks who love live entertainment and want to see it improve exponentially.