The worlds greatest sword swallower…
-J.R. Moringer, The Los Angeles Times
Astounding! You’d be hard pressed to see this kind of amazing entertainment from anyone else.
-Carrie Donavan, The Washington Post
The #1 practitioner of the most dangerous thing ever offered at a circus.
-Jim Rose, The Jim Rose Circus
Humorous and riveting. Dai’s show will leave you with your heart in your throat, which sure beats having a sword there. I loved what I saw when my hands weren’t covering my eyes.”
-Jeanne Moos, CNN
Not only did I enjoy the show, but my students could not get enough of your death defying stunts and your sword swallowing. They were on the edge of their seats the entire show.
-Matthew K. Robison, M.A., Director of Student Activities, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
An entertainer of the first rank.
-Shocked and Amazed!, Sideshow Magazine
…He was able to be very flexible according to the needs of the Faire, volunteered to help with promotions and to make public appearances, and worked hard to make sure the festival was more enjoyable for all our patrons…
-Clay plunk, Renaissance Festival Owner
He has proven to be such an outstanding professional entertainer who leaves the stage to standing ovations due to the nature of his very original show which appeals to all age groups.
-Paul Stanley, Cruise Director, Carnival Cruise Lines
Perfect!!!! Best I’ve ever seen, (I) enjoyed your show and energy!
– Just Alan, World Champion Magician
…an amazingly impressive act!
-Walt Hudson, The Circus Report
He is an excellent performer. His show is unique and visual which is something we need more of on the “FUN” ships.
-Chris Roberts, Cruise Director, Carnival Cruise Lines
Dai brought with him a wide variety of skills and a professional attitude… Dai always kept his audiences entertained. In addition to his regularly scheduled performances, Dai was also skilled in his ability to handle himself in promotional performances.
-Thomas Plott, Entertainment Director Ohio Renaissance Festival
Dai showed up with a smile on his face and was willing to help out in whatever way he could. The crowd LOVED him as well.
-Rachel Cole, Assistant Coordinator, Northern Arizona University