JOE BEVILACQUA
ASSEMBLIES FOR SCHOOLS

DETAILS ABOUT JOE'S LECTURES
Joe creates an atmosphere that draws students in and helps them really hear the history. From exciting voice demonstrations to to audio samples the showed how quickly after it's inception radio became an important companion in everyones lives. From the Hindenburg crash to the day Jack Benny got the biggest laugh by not speaking Joe demonstrates and shares our well documented history from radio's infancy.

Joe Bevilacqua is best known for offering entertaining and education assemblies to large (200 to 600) audiences. Your students will learn something they never knew about the history of broadcasting and experience the voices that made radio great. He draws the students into the content by sparking the students imagination, drawing them in with interesting history and comparisons to how life was like before media took over our lives. Not only do you get the history of radio but you also get a seasoned radio professional telling his personal history to give the student contemporary examples of what media is like today.

LECTURES
The History of Radio Broadcasting
The History of Comedy from Vaudeville to Radio to Contemporary Shows
The History or Radio Comedy
The History or Radio Comedy and it's influence in Big Screen and Animation
The History of Hanna Barbera Animation
The History of Warner Brothers Animation
The History of Jazz and the transition from BeBop to Big Bands
Self Esteem building with Uncle Dunkle and Donnie
Daws Butler: Characters Actor
The Art of Radio Theater
How to Speak Better by Talking Like a Cartoon Character
Lady Bird Johnson: Legacy of a First Lady
The Art of Storytelling

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JOE'S BACKGROUND

Joe Bevilacqua is known for his passion for radio. His career has moved from radio theater, radio biography writer, news host to publicizing contemporary radio stations. He has been collecting and studying radio since he first started listening as a kid in the 1970s. He absorbed everything he heard and became a mimic classic radio voices. Joe is also an animation expert. His mentor was Daws Butler, the voice of Daws Butler, the voice of Yogi Bear. As soon as home cassette recorders became available Joe began taping shows with his mic held up to the radio speaker so he could capture ephemeral daily shows. In High School Joe utilized the PS system to give humorous announcements to get his fellow classmates interested in what was going on that day. In college Joe became an integral part of the the college radio station from co-hosting a radio show to producing and performing in radio theater that included Shakespeare to student written shows. After college Joe dove headfirst into a New York City public radio career. He worked at the top public NPR stations as well as working for Bob and Ray and co-producing and promoting great programs like the sixty-fifth anniversary WNYC radio broadcast.

 

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