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- ALAN is the entertainer performing the show
- PRODUCER is YOU, the person(s) requesting the services
A comedy hypnosis show is a visual act. The audience needs to hear and see the show clearly to fully enjoy it. Below is an optimum request list to make the performance experience the best it can be for all. Of course, Alan will always do the show to the best of his ability regardless of what the circumstances are.
Any questions? Do not hesitate to ask.
Stage Technical Requirements
An optimum performance space for a hypnosis show is 12' deep and 24' wide. This allows Alan to line up 12 chairs in a row on the stage and walk around the chairs safely so he can remain on the stage at all times.
There are three ways to see the show:
- The show and the audience are on the same level.
- The audience is raised above the show.
- The show is raised on a stage above the audience.
If the show and the audience are both on the same level:
- The audience can not be over 100 people in size if they sit in chairs to see the show.
- If the audience sits on the floor (e.g. school shows) then everyone can see clearly because the performers are higher than the audience.
- The audience can be any size.
- Speakers need to be placed at a height that people can hear clearly.
If the performance is on a stage, raised above the audience:
- Stairs are needed leading to the audience in the front, near the center of the stage.
- The stage should also be 3 feet to 4 feet off the ground.
- If the audience is less than 100, and the stage is less than 10 ft. deep and 20 ft. wide, the performance space MUST NOT be more than 2 ft. off the ground.
- The stage must be a minimum of 8 feet deep and 12 feet wide, but can only be this small if the stage is no higher than 2 ft. off the ground; this way Alan can use the area around and in front of the stage to stand and he can jump on and off the platform anywhere.
If you are sitting in a chair and there are rows of people sitting in chairs in front of you, you can't see over their heads to see the show unless the stage is raised high enough for you to see clearly. If you are sitting in a chair right now, note how high the top of your head is off the ground. This is how high the floor of the stage needs to be so an audience over 100 people can see clearly.
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