My shows are VERY interactive. Up to the point were I can not do a show if there are no people. (Whose minds would I read?)
Most people hear interactive and they get afraid. Don’t worry, I understand. But let me tell you something.
I get most bookings from people who have participated in my shows.
They experience something so special, they feel the need to share it – they want others to experience it too. “Come and perform at my brothers birthday – I want him to feel that too.”
So when you are in my audience next time and I ask you to take part, know that I respect you, I’m grateful for your time and I will do everything I can to give you a unique experience.
Two of my favourite reactions so far:
I performed in London at a theatre festival and at some point I had the help of a big Turkish man and his wife.
I did what I do. He stared at me for 10 long second and then he hugged me.
A bear hug indeed.
The other performance was for an international management conference in Vienna. There was a lady from Brazil who for a brief moment forgot how to speak English. And she did not notice.
I’ll cherish these moments for a long time.
It’s all about the people.