A: Buster Balloon
A: Buster Balloon
A: Yes, seriously.
A: I started doing magic when I was 5 years old, and I started twisting balloons when I was 18. But I have been a goofball all my life.
A: I live near Anaheim, in beautiful Southern California (very close to Disneyland).
A: I have been hired to twist balloons and perform in Mexico, Canada, Australia, England, The Netherlands, Belgium, France, Italy, Germany, Greece, Israel, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Japan, and most of the United States. But I mostly perform here in Southern California.
A: That totally depends on the length of the show, the size of the audience, the type of venue, and how far I have to travel. But if you go to my contact page, I would love to discuss all of that and give you a quote.
A: Capn’ Crunch
A: No. Depending on the length of the program, I normally make 4 to 6 balloon creations during the show, and those are given to the kids who assist me on stage. But for an additional fee, we can arrange to have simple pre-made balloons for all of the kids after the program.
A: ALL of my shows are designed to be fun for the entire family, but they are most popular with ages 5 to 12.
A: My shows can be adapted for nearly any size audience.
A: My biggest audience so far was approximately 5,000 people at a shopping mall in Tokyo.
A: No. Unfortunately, due to the delicate nature of balloons, outdoor shows very rarely go well. And I want to be able to give you the best show possible.
Buster's Grandma's Secret Strawberry Shortcake Recipe
- 2 pounds fresh strawberries (about 8 cups), hulled, quartered if small, sliced if large
- 6 tablespoons sugar
- 3 tablespoons of good quality balsamic vinegar
- Whipped cream
- 1 batch of Cornbread Muffins (Grandma always used Jiffy brand cornbread muffin mix)
Mix strawberries, sugar, and vinegar in medium bowl. Cover and let sit in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour (overnight is even better), stirring occasionally.
Split each cornbread muffin in half and place into a small bowl. Then spoon a heap of the strawberry goodness on top, being sure to get lots of the juice as well. Top with a dollop of whipped cream and serve. You can also replace the whipped cream with a good quality vanilla bean ice-cream, or serve it with whipped cream AND ice-cream. It's ok, we won't tell.
A: NO! Under no circumstances should you ever, EVER click on that BIG RED BUTTON at the bottom of this page.