Dolce Vita… you guys have got something, however in my opinion, it seems like you are rushing your act and too long between transitions.
Possibly take one costume act out and make it flow better.
The name is familiar. I have seen this act several times before on video. I think they are trying to be light hearted and funny. Is it funny, No. There wasn’t anything in the act that grabbed me in particular although the last trick was good and red instead of the usual white.. Sorry, but it just didn’t do it for me. However, I might be bias because for over a year now I have a young and dynamic quick change act in my show.
This discipline is very fashionable, and this type of act is multiplying… then, you really have to stand out.
Most of the changes happen in the same way (in the hoops).
The choreography is not clean enough and the lip-sync with the music is unnecessary.
Sir, you gesticulate to much and you are often in front of your partner… don’t forget than she is the main element of your act.
In my opinion, you have to rework your act entirely in order to make it really original … competition is tough…
Good luck !
Advices: for the man, I’ll see a white pant of the same color as his jacket. The music of Mister Sandman should be cut as soon as she changes her costume but not one second after. And the man should not make lip-sync on a woman’s voice.
Well – many things for me are not intersting. Nr 1 – the changes are too slow – music not good for the artists, because they cannot move too well – the lady looks sooo “packed” and wrapped up – sorry – too many things – I would change.
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