Dan calls his solo theatre program . Critics call it "a breathtaking display of theatricality that's sharp, funny and highly inventive" (In Pittsburgh Weekly). It's a guided tour of the performing arts in which Dan turns audience members into circus performers, sings a beautiful operatic aria in total silence, and baffles the audience even as he claims to be revealing the secrets of magic.
But this breezy postmodern vaudeville of physical and
verbal comedy offers more than mere entertainment. As
Lancaster's New Era says, "Kamin has a biting wit that he
uses quite effectively to satirize our world and himself as
well. It's the kind of self-deprecating humor that only a
performer totally in command of his talents can have."
Pennsylvania's York Dispatch adds kudos for Dan's
"unbelievable stage presence." Even children sing his
praises: "You made me laugh so hard that I got a
headache," says Kenneth, age 11. "Nobody's ever done
Among Dan's gallery of characters are dangerous drivers on cell phones, a magician who traps the audience in a web of deception as he tries to explain his secrets, and a puppet master who dances with his ultimate creation, a beautiful, life-sized , who has definite ideas of her own about the relationship.
Dan's comic and kinetic skills have earned him invitations to perform in theatres and arts festivals around the world, from West Palm Beach's Kravis Center for the Performing Arts to London's Battersea Arts Centre to the Springfield Arts Council in Springfield, Ohio.
Repeat invitations are common, and that's not necessarily a good thing. Because Kalamazoo's New Year's Fest hired him ten years in a row, there are now people in that town who can do Dan's show.
You can hire one of them if Dan's not available.
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