Yes I saw his performance, it was the funniest show in Vegas!
I've never laughed so hard in my life at an "illusion" driven magic show. He dropped one of his twins on the floor so hard she limped off the stage in time to the music. In one of the THREE levitations he performed, he hit the floating girl so hard with the hoop she cried out in pain loud enough to hear in the 13th row.
In one of the THREE slush powder liquid to silk/confetti/then silk again he forgot to turn the glass around so you got a rather confusing look at the silk coming out of a glass and the "wine" was defying gravity.
His giant toilet paper tube illusion was hilarious, he put the girl in the upright tube, closed the 6 doors to hide the girl turned the tube sideways and put razor sharp blades between the sections of the tube - split the entire tube into six even sections about 10 inches apart, bowed, pushed the sections together - returned the tube to the upright position, pulled the razor sharp blade out of the tube, but ............. didn't pull the bottom most blade all the way out, as he was opening the individual doors, we saw the bottom blade shoot out onto the floor almost into the audience just as the last two doors were opened and we were treated to seeing the girl in a squat thrust position transitioning into a standing position.
It was a fun show until he tried perform Blackstone's floating light bulb. That was the point I wanted to actually fight this guy, my wife asked me - "is he trying too find a wire or something?" He walked from one side of the stage to the other like a guy in the dark looking for a light switch, then used BOTH HANDS to actually tie the bulb onto the anchored thread, the swung the bulb out over the audience for less than a 4 second round trip, not long enough for the average audience member to get that moment of astonishment we all live for.
The best part was when we decided to go see Hansie, we started to go to the ticket window and saw a guy in the middle of the lobby giving away tickets. We took advantage and got three seats 13 rows back - center stage.
I thought this might have been a one time comedy act but several of the locals assured me that the show I saw was pretty much "The Show". They had been there several times and never had to pay. Unfortunately the theater was less than a quarter full.