Praise for Linda Severt

"Students squealed with laughter as Parents' Choice Foundation award-winner Linda Severt combined musicianship, circus clowns, and puppetry in a tour-de-force comedic act. Some students danced in their chairs, others performed a little air guitar — or air ukulele."
— LA Times

"Her show had children jumping up and down and singing along, and tears of laughter were running down many grown-up faces."
— Ellen Magnuson, Kendrick/Juliaetta Arts Committee

"Wow! Very funny! Guitar, accordion, drums. Shades of a female Pee Wee Herman, Lily Tomlin's 'Edith,' and Gilda Radner."
— Sno-Isle Library Showcase

"Linda Severt keeps the music motoring, whether stomping around the stage with a tambourine on her foot, beating on plastic buckets, or punching out polkas on a funky red concertina."
— The Calgary Herald

"...Severt's routine was met with gales of laughter. Children roared at her pantomime acts..."
— The Nevada Appeal

"In Severt's one-person variety show, 'Juggletunes,' it often seems as though several performers are on stage. The performance is never too over-the-top to be enjoyed by adults as well."
— Seattle's Child

"Terrific performance!"
— Cliff Lenz, KING-5 TV

"Linda Severt is a creative genius who worked effectively with a diverse group of students, staff and family members."
— Wash. State Arts Commission, AIE

"The evening's closer, Linda Severt's 'At the Home for Retired Circus Performers,' involves a ukulele and an homage to Charlie Chaplin. It's an inspired grace note to a truly un-Bozolike night."
— The Seattle Times

Performance Highlights