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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Seth Bloom
Mr. Bloom said this was the first season he and his wife had performed one of their acts with the Circus of the Senses, and it's taken their experience performing for audiences in 15 countries to deliver for this unique crowd.
"As clowns we're performing for various audiences, and it's very visual. We always work off the reactions of the audience," he said. "In every country there are big laughs, but it's the small laughter we try to find in every place."