You are certainly on the right track with establishing a "look & feel" for your act. However, I think the balance between artistic and readable needs to be adjusted.
The fancy words are a nice touch, however "Praestigium" is too obscure. I'd choose a more common word. Avoid have all the text as graphics. That really makes it difficult for search engines. Find a font and stick with it. There are too many fonts on the page, making it almost illegible. I didn't bother to read it beyond the first sentence... too much of a hassle. As EMH mentioned, the color contrast needs adjustment also. By utilizing HTML5 and CSS3, you can use custom fonts on website.
As for the frames, avoid them at all cost. They also can cause havoc with search engines, and do not work well on mobile platforms. All sites nowadays must be designed with smartphones in mind. Very important!
One last note. Instead of merely placing your email address on the page as a link, include a form they can fill out. All you need is their name, email address and a textarea field for their question. That can then be hooked into a contact manager (such as aweber.com) to help you build a mailing list. Very important!