How To Make Money As A Living Statue Performer

So, you want to make a living as a Living Statue Performer?

Well, there are a few things you should know first…to see if this is a career that you would like to pursue.

1. This is a very demanding job. It requires both physical and mental skills. You have to be able to stand still for long periods of time and not be distracted by the constant buzz of activity around you.

2. You must be willing to spend money in order to make money. Living Statues usually have an elaborate costume and makeup that can take hours to apply and maintain and it will help you get more tips if your appearance is something that people remember. Also, depending on your location/style, sometimes you will need props or a backdrop for the show.

3. You need insurance! Most public spots require that all performers carry insurance in case someone gets hurt or property gets damaged by their act.

4. A good sound system and voice projection skills are a huge help when drawing people into your spot and getting them to donate some cash for your performance!

Let’s get to the bottom line right off the bat. You can make between $75 and $150 an hour or more as a living statue performer, especially if you know what you’re doing.

There are two ways people make money in this business:

1.They do it at festivals, as a side job and make a few hundred dollars here and there.

2.They do it full-time, have a business plan, act like they have a real job, work their butt off and make some serious cash.

The difference between the two is simple: focus. If your goal is just to make “some” money on weekends then you are free to do whatever you want, whenever you want and however you want. However, if your goal is to treat this like a real job and make some serious cash then I strongly encourage you to follow my advice below.

One of the more unusual ways to make money I’ve ever heard of is to be a living statue performer.

In this post, we’re going to look at what it means to be a living statue performer, including how much you can earn, what’s involved and what kind of skills you need.

If you’re interested in becoming a living statue, or just curious to know more, read on!

What are living statues?

The term “living statue” might conjure up some ideas about someone who literally stands as still as stone. But that’s not really what the job involves.

In reality, you are there not to imitate a piece of art but to perform a kind of visual theatre – an act which will entertain and engage with people who walk past.

Some performers dress up as statues, while others simply paint their faces so they blend into the scenery better (this is especially popular during Halloween). The idea is that if people don’t notice you are there, it will be all the more surprising if you then move. Then stand completely still again.

Then do something else unexpected. Then go back to standing still…

The point is by standing there doing nothing for hours on end, it makes people wonder what

If you want to become a living statue performer, there are many things you must take into consideration. The first one is that living statues do not move. They stand completely still for long periods of time. I have been doing this for about six years now, and when I started out I thought that it would be no problem. After all, anyone can stand around doing nothing, right? But my body soon taught me otherwise!

A good way to get started as a living statue performer is to find out what kind of body type most living statues have. Most of them seem to be very thin, and have a high tolerance for pain. A common misconception about living statues is that they are not human. Not true! Living statues are normal people who just happen to like standing around doing nothing.

Another thing you should know about living statue performers is that they cannot talk or move at all while in their character. Even if they wanted to speak they canít because they would break their character and ruin the illusion of the performance piece. There are some exceptions though! Some performances allow the performer to break character by speaking in a deadpan voice at certain points during the performance piece.

The next thing you need to know about living statue performers is that most of them don

The first post on the Living Statue Performers blog is titled “Who Am I?” The anonymous author writes, “I began performing as a street painter in August of last year. After a while I began to notice that people were getting more excited about watching me paint then looking at the finished product, so I got to thinking.”

Other posts describe how much money you can make as a living statue, where to perform, and what to wear. The anonymous author also shares personal stories, such as a run-in with local authorities who told him he needed a permit to perform, and his experience performing in high-traffic tourist locations like Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco.

Living statue performers are a great addition to any event. They create a focal point that draws people in and creates a talking point for your party or event.

You may have seen living statues at public events or private parties. They look like statues until someone comes close and then they move, causing the observer to jump!

The human statue is the perfect entertainment for shopping centres, weddings, corporate events, and private parties.

A Living Statue performer can be incorporated into any event to add an element of surprise and humour. A Human Statue will hold position until someone gets too close, at which point they will come to life, sometimes scaring the onlooker! The Living Statue performance can last anything from 10 minutes to 2 hours depending on what you require.

Many of you have asked me about the logistics of making money as a living statue. I have been doing this for many years and have learned what works and what doesn’t.

A lot of people will ask me how much money I make. The answer to that question depends on many factors including location, time of year, size of statue, talent level, audience traffic and more.

Below is a picture of a hat where I keep my income during the day. It is basically a large jar that has been painted like a hat with the word “tips” written on the side.

In this picture it has almost $50 in it. This is one day’s worth of tips and I was in my old outfit which was not as good as my new one (see below). This was also during the winter months when business is slowest. Also, I was located at Union Square in San Francisco where there are lots of performers and less people pass by than in other parts of town.

So, you can see that it depends on many things but if you follow my advice below, you can easily make $40 or more per hour if you work hard at it!

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