Fire shows are a great way to light up the night? Mr Crispy is a master at the manipulation of fire. Fire Eating, The Human Volcano, Fire Dancing, Mr. Crispy Does it all.
Safety is always first! Mr. Crispy is covered by a 3,000,000 liability insurance policy, secondary insured certificates are available.
You may even recognize Mr. Crispy from his appearance in a recent Dodge Ram Commercial showing off his mastery of fire
Mr. Crispy worked extensively with the Denver Fire Prevention Bureau in creating the permitting laws for public fire performance.
Fire Breathing is a sure way to get peoples attention.
Fire breathing is the act of creating a fireball by breathing a fine mist of fuel over an open flame. Proper technique and the correct fuel create the illusion of danger to enhance the novelty of fire breathing, while reducing the risk to health and safety. When using the correct fuel, it will only light when sprayed into a fine mist increasing the surface area of the fuel so that the fuel/oxygen/heat ratio is balanced enough to cause combustion.*
Fire Eating is an act of finesse, another crowd pleaser Mr. Crispy is one of the top fire eaters in the country.
Fire eating was a common part of Hindu, Sadhu, and Fakir performances to show spiritual attainment. It became a part of the standard sideshow acts in the late 1880s and is often seen as one of the entry-level skills for sideshow performers, although skilled fire performers, such as those who can utilise the difficult and dangerous vapour transfers and produce large breaths of fire are regarded as equals in the circus community for their skill and devotion to their art.*
Poi originated with the Māori people of New Zealand, where it is still practiced today. Poi has also gained a following in many other countries. The expansion of poi culture has led to a significant evolution of the styles practiced, the tools used, and the definition of the word “poi.”*
Fire Wire/Wazzer Bag
Fire Wire was once known as a wazzer bag, it is similar to poi but instead of burning fuel steel wool is placed in a cage making the performer into a giant sparkler.
The Fire Cube
The fire cube was designed by Mr. Crispy and Jacon, it is a variation on the spinning cube commonly seen in circuses. This prop is only suitable for large outdoor areas.
Another classic fire dancing prop, the fire staff is excellent for a Luau themed event.
*some definitions courtesy of Wikipedia