Dan works with presenters to create residencies that rock. Forget master classes. Because of his subversive sense of humor and strange skills, Dan is able to bring his art directly to the people in some unlikely settings. here are a few examples.

Scenes from a mall. When Mr. Slomo takes a stroll through the local mall --in hypnotic slow motion--people do double takes. This makes for a great photo op for the local news team.

Emergency medicine. "Dr. Dan" keeps everyone at the hospital in stitches, including the hard-working staff.

Sit down and shut up. Dan often appears before Rotary clubs or other business and community organizations as a speaker for whom things go horribly, embarrassing wrong.

Silent sermon. Dan has preached many a sermon in mime as part of church or synagogue services.  It's a great way to spread the gospel of the arts and let people know that something's up in the community.

Class clown. Dan's school assembly programs get students excited about theatre. Elementary school kids ALWAYS get the better of the hapless Pantomime Man, and The Illusionist dazzles hard-to-impress middle and high school students with eye-popping movement illusions and mind-boggling sleight-of-hand magic.

Go directly to jail. Dan has brought his art to prisons, mental hospitals and juvenille facilities. He delights in performing for at-risk, in-need or

outlying populations who normally don't get the chance to experience the arts.

Get a job. Dan can work his magic on factory floors and other workplace environments.

Funny Bones.  The man who trained Robert Downey, Jr. for his Oscar-nominated performance in Chaplin leads the audience into the enchanted world of Charlie Chaplin. As Downey said, "Dan's insights are amazing."

Sure, he'll do master classes. Of course, Dan offers lively master classes in movement and physical comedy for all ages and levels of experience.

Get into the act! You know your community. Conspire with Dan to shake it up.