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A uni-cycling juggler describes in his own words what it's like to make a living by passing the hat at South Street Seaport, New York City.
Timing and Cues
Program: Street Performer
Producer: Annmarie Fertoli, WFUV, New York
SUGGESTED HOST INTRO:
People make a living in all sorts of odd ways. Here's a guy who makes money by passing the hat at South Street Seaport in New York City.
SUGGESTED HOST TAG:
The Street Performer comes to us from producer Annmarie Fertoli at WFUV in New York City.
RUNDOWN (Timings & Cues):
IQ: Brief Ambiance fade in, then "I’m Josh Weiner…"
OQ: "...any decent show." then brief applause fade