Fire breathing is an amazing spectacle where Terrence emits a massive flame from his face. Audience members can feel the heat wave emanating from the large pillars of fire. An artist who performs fire breathing must be dedicated to their craft because of the extreme health costs that are a consequence of creating 15 foot high blasts of fire with one's own face. With great risk comes great pay off and with The Drake Show you definitely get high octane performance.
Fire eating was originally used as part of Hindu spiritual performances. Practitioners would put fire into their mouths and "swallow" it, a practice meant to allow them to speak with the diety Kali Maa. In the 1800s fire eating was adopted into side show and circus performances, where it became popularized. The act of putting out fires with one's face is still considered shocking to audiences today and fire eating is among the most dangerous of all the circus arts.
Watching a fire poi show is a treat for the eyes. Using two balls of fire on the end of chains, the artist creates patterns of circles which leave mesmerizing visual trails. In addition to poi Terrence also uses props such as fire staff, torch poi and fire double staves, instruments which evoke tribal imagery. All of these art forms, which create different visual effects, combine complex wrist movements with footwork in a beautiful, dazzling fire dance.
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