Last updated on May 14th, 2018 at 07:48 am
For performers of all kinds, knowing how to work an audience is a skill they perfect all throughout their careers.
This particular ability is what constitutes the key to success for America’s Got Talent participants, as well. So, during the final stages, you will often see how almost any act gets more interactive, complex and visually appealing.
We selected 3 of these acts to illustrate what an engaging crowd-pleaser on AGT means, so take a few minutes to discover some entertainment formulas which could work wonderfully at your event as well.
A former NFL player, Jon is even better-known as an America’s Got Talent competitor. His outstanding sleight-of-hand tricks, coupled with his easygoing humor have charmed the American audience who got him all through to the 3rd place.
Part of this success is Jon’s highly interactive approach to his acts. The spectators can never catch a break; their attention is busy with following Jon’s hands as they are shuffling the cards so that they do not miss any of his moves.
So if one needs even more proof that he is a master of delivering interactive, TV-worthy acts, it is worth knowing he has entertained the audience of The Ellen Show (and not just once). Just recently, in March, he presented his latest tricks – watch this and decide whether you would like it at your event:
America’s Got Talent season 10’s 3rd place finalist is another magician who knows how to put together an audience-pleasing interactive sensation.
Right from the get-go, Oz came on the show to ‘freak everyone out’, as he stated in his first AGT interview. So this is what he did throughout his time on the show – leaving everyone in disbelief and bewilderment.
Once people see him on stage, they will be sucked in a performance which is masterfully executed and brimming with interactive bits, self-deprecating humor, and great flow. Here’s one of the most exquisitely constructed acts Oz presented on AGT:
America’s Got Talent is the perfect source for finding new ways of expression and entertainment. Card throwing, for instance, is something most people learned about once they saw Rick Smith, Jr. presenting it on season 5 of the show.
Rick’s audition had everyone involved in the performance as soon as he started testing his abilities with the audience. Everyone was eager to see whether Rick was able to throw a card as farther away as the camera guy at the back of the hall. Here’s the proof he did:
America’s Got Talent Performances – Your Gateway to Buzz-Generating Events
Throughout time, The Grable Group agency has worked with a lot of former AGT competitors who wanted to build their careers further.
Each one of them has proven their skill in delivering highly entertaining, diverse and innovative performances, so we made a habit out of showcasing their skills in this kind of posts on our website.
Also published on Medium.