One thing I've been up to is my new variety show. I am producing, booking and performing in Scot Nery's BOOBIE TRAP every single Wednesday. As you can see on my Development page, I've produced a lot of shows and this one is another great one. I'm really proud. We've brought in so many great acts over the last 11 weeks and created some great fun for the awesome audiences. Way 2 Much Entertainment is kind enough to host the show. It is a true variety show with circus acts, stand up comedians, variety artists, music, magic, and everything. Here's a video... [gallery ids="593,594,595,596,597,599,600,601,602,603,604,605,606,607"] Go to the site for the Boobie Trap show
Jul 16th 2015
A live show provides several advantages you don't find in a planned, recorded performance. A performer first sets the stage for a great show when they make the decision to connect with their audience. It’s the vital element that lets them create a killer dramatic or comedy show, send a message with impact, or really sell an idea.
As part of my journey to figure out what makes live entertainment great, I’d like to take a deep look at why people watch stuff. What intrigues people and makes them stare at something? Anything? Here is a breakdown I've compiled of what compels audiences. I would love your feedback, whether you’re performing or have questions or ideas.
Here's a quick documentary Alex MacInnis created about my personal life. He has a collection of videos about entertainers in his series on Vimeo.