Like other reviewers, I *thought* I had booked Melody for my daughter's birthday party. Spoke with her about details and was quoted a price two months in advance of the party date. When I failed to receive the promised contract, I emailed and called to no avail. Finally, I got an email from an 'intern' telling me Melody was performing at Howe Caverns that day. Basically, she ditched me for a higher paying job. That speaks loads about a person who wants to work with kids. Not someone I would want around my daughter anyway.
Hired by: Andrea D.
Event Date: May 11, 2013
Event: Birthday Party in Rosendale, NY
Services provided: Clown
Booked Melody for my son's 6th birthday way over a month before his party thought everything was fine. Until I CALLED HER a week before with some updated information and she then tells me she booked two events on that day and won't be doing mine. I find this very unreliable and bad business. It seems to me she quotes a price and then does the show for the larger amount. The only reason there is a star is because I had to pick one.
Hired by: Tammy
Event Date: May 10, 2013
Event: Birthday Party in Highland, NY
Services provided: Comedy Magician
Hilarious Family and Kids Entertainer
We couldn't take our eyes off her. She dazzled us with her hilarious style of good clean family fun and amazing magic. Her face painting rocks! I've never seen anything so beautiful in my whole life. As she said, 'My balloon twisting is very 'popular'! LOL was what her show was. She was like the pied piper the kids followed her around like puppies. I highly recommend her.
Review by: Evita S.
Event Date: July 14, 2012
Event: Private Party in Poughquag, NY
Very funny, highly entertaining and great with the kids
the kids loved her magic show and the balloons and balloon games were a blast for all the kids and there were over 35 kids!
Review by: Tina M.
Event Date: February 4, 2012
Event: Birthday Party in Albany, NY
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