View Full Version : Shame on you Criss!!What a joke!!!
07-14-2012, 07:05 AM
Hey Criss, I just wanted you to know that tonight my 17yr old neice went to see your 930 show. She is from North Carolina and came out here with only one true goal in mind and that was to see your show and possibly meet you. Long story short...you fell way short. She was so dissapointed in your lax behavior(even going so far to say you seemed depressed) and your show that you have not only lost a fan but broken a young girls heart. She says that durring your show(which you apperently didnt even make an apperence until 20 min in) you basicaly went through the motions and didnt seem interested in anyone other than the high paying seats. There was no attention to the vast majority of your crowd from about the 5th row back. She was even to the point of after the show returning the 180.00 worth of merchandise she purchased from your store. I am sure you wont even read this or if you do you probably wont care enough but I felt as a Las Vegas Resident who used to "Believe" in you that I had to let you know how a true fan came away feeling from your show. So shame on you Criss Angel....if you want out of that venue then get out but quit stealing money from people who idolize you. You owe it to the people who made you what you are...your FANS
11-12-2012, 03:15 AM
What did you expect from Criss, a personal invitation backstage? lol...
As someone who has seen believe over a dozen times by now, Criss' interaction with the crowd varies from show to show, and he has always treated the crowds with respect every single time that I've gone. And yes, Criss does not appear in the show until approx. 20 minutes in. That's normal and the way it's always been.
11-17-2012, 02:06 AM
I'm a little surprised by this post too. Criss always pays attention to all sections of the crowd picking people from all over the theater to help in the show and even shouting to the ones in the back that shout out to him. 1000 people in the room can't expect personal treatment from one man though. Definitely the more playful and loud the crowd is, the more playful Criss is. He feeds off the energy much like other performers. I speak from experience here. I've seen the show over 20 times.
02-20-2013, 04:53 AM
When I went last week, Criss interacted ALOT with the audience! Even came out and let everyone shake his hand, my mom and I being one of the one's that got the chance to! I really hope you didn't expect to get a backstage pass or something, he only gets about what? A 30 minute break before his next show or something?
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