Corporate Entertainer Ferris Yao has stunned thousands of audiences worldwide. Forget Mind readers of yesteryear, his performances are not based on hocus-pocus mumbo-jumbo, but cutting edge use of Psychology, theater, comedy and mystery. In Ferris’s hands your guests will experience events that are utterly impossible.
▪ After Dinner Entertainment
▪ Corporate Events
▪ Large Staged Events
▪ Trade Shows
Need one of a kind entertainment for your Corporate Event or high profile function?
Imagine your guest becoming the stars of the show, apparently having their thoughts revealed. Ferris will leave you and your guest mystified. His program is all about fun and audience participation, this form of entertainment is suited for any group of people out to enjoy themselves. Relax knowing that your guest are in the hands of the best in mystery art performanceand corporate entertainment.
Ferris is a corporate entertainer and performs for one reason, his love of seeing the smiles on peoples faces when they see him perform. He is a favorite with corporate event companies and private functions. He has performed for royalty and dignitaries including the the princess of Brunei (2010), Lee Kuan Yew the first prime minister of Singapore (2004) companies such as Canon, IWC, Hewlett Packard, Tag heuer and Emirates airlines just to name a few.
Ferris offers showtimes of 30 minutes to an hour and a half of a staged Psychological Mind Reading show and Emcee services.
He seemingly reads the minds of your guests influences your thoughts using a mixture of “Verbal communication, Nonverbal communication, Misdirection techniques, Psychology and Perceptual manipulation to create the illusion of a sixth sense.
Ferris Yao is a multi-faceted talent who started out in acting in the 1999 local film ‘Eating Air” by Kelvin Tong. In it, he played a leading role as one of the five main characters, and since then, he has also acted in various local television productions including “Growing Up” and “HeartLanders”.
He is also an active theatre performer having his first theatre performance in the 2002 Dick Lee Musical “Remix” by the Singapore Repertory Theatre and his other theatre credits includes local comedian Kumar’s “what makes a man a man”, “Michael Chiang’s “Army Daze” and “High Class”, Jack Neo’s movie turned Musical “Ah boys to men” and Dream academy’s “Dim Sum Dollies”.
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