NEW OLD TIME CHAUTAUQUA presents a
LIVE VIRTUAL VAUDEVILLE CELEBRATION
Sunday, June 14th at 6pm PDT / 9PM EDT
Relive the glory days of vaudeville through an evening that combines circus, music, magic,
vaudeville, and other arts. All proceeds help NOTC fulfill its mission to build community
through entertainment, education, and laughter.
Ticket per screen: $20 - Brown Paper Tickets: notcvirtual.brownpapertickets.com
ZOOM ID and Password will be emailed 1 hour before the show.
New Old Time Chautauqua had to cancel its benefit shows and summer 2020 to Wisconsin to
register voters for the November general elections. Instead, NOTC brings our big show to your
very own screen, with each artist performing from their own home via Zoom.
Where else can you find a line-up like this? The shows feature everyone’s favorite 8-foot clown,
Godfrey Daniels; Broadway stars, The Flying Karamazov Brothers; international Eccentric
Performer, Poki; The World’s Best and Most Famous Bubble Guy, Tom Noddy; Lyrical,
Evocative Singer Songwriter, Jan Luby; funny man and physical maniac, Frank Olivier; Artis the
Spoonman (yes, of Soundgarden “Spoonman” fame); award-winning magician, Joey Pipia;
multi-instrumentalist with hands and feet, Fiona Rose; social clown, Kristin Crowley; band
composer and Tune Savant, Thaddeus Spae, as the incorrigible "Uncle Pappy"; Swinging
Singing Troubadour, Harry “Boom Boom” Levine; Barnum and Bailey Clown, Chris Bricker;
aerialista, Tayna Gagne; Whistler Extraordinaire and "The Voice of Woodstock," Jason Serinus;
physical comedienne, Sayde Osterloh; Beltin’ Balladeer, Kym Trippsmith — plus the Most
Amazing Horn Band, now virtual, and celebrating its 45th year together, The Virtual Fighting
Instruments of Karma Marching Chamber Band/Orchestra.
NOTC is a not-for-profit intergenerational all-volunteer organization of educators and
entertainers, directed by Flying Karamazov Brother and NOTC Co-Founder, Paul Magid, that
travels for a month each summer to collaborate with diverse communities and present
educational workshops. Since 1981, NOTC has brought its exuberant magic to rural and
underprivileged communities, tribal groups, boys and girls clubs, incarcerated citizens, and
juvenile detention centers throughout the Greater Northwest, including Washington, Oregon,
Northern California, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, British Columbia, Alberta. NOTC also traveled to
New Orleans to provide healing magic after Hurricane Katrina.
NOTC is a 501 (c) 3, all donations are tax deductible.