Mad Chad was voted Campus Activities magazine "Best Variety Artist" runner up 2015. He has showcased at over a dozen NACA conventions including the national convention. Chad’s 60 minute family friendly show is perfect to kick off the school year, for a Family Weekend or the ultimate spring fling event.
"Mad Chad Taylor was great to work with, he put on an amazing show and was very good with the audience and the student volunteers. Good clean fun, I would recommend him!"
-Ajamu Lamumba, CSU Sacramento
"Chad is a great comedian who just happens to be the best juggler I have ever seen"
-Marcus Crooke, Northwest College
"The most amazing show of the semester...and that's saying a lot! We will have him back soon!"
-Joshua Miller, Ball State University
"We LOVE Chad here at SSU! He has been coming here for years and NEVER disappoints! He is great to work with!"
-Mo Phillips, Sonoma State University
"Chad is great for new student orientation. I have been working with Chad for 8 years now and am always amazed by his performance"
-Donnette Tinsley, Rockford University
"Chad was one of the most successful shows we've had on campus...our students and staff loved the show!"
-Chuck Macdonell, Clarkson College
"Mad Chad is a Snow College favorite who never lets us down!"
-Tyler Ingram, Snow College
"Mad Chad was so easy to work with and our audience loved him. He was extremely funny and his stunts were impressive. We would definitely recommend him!"
-Kristin Oney, Northern Arizona University
"Chad was a fantastic person to work with! He was flexible and had such a great relationship with the audience!"
-Josh Oakland, Regis University
"Wildly entertaining and kept the audience laughing and amazed throughout...a class act!"
-Bart Carithers, Northern State University
"Mad Chad was phenomenal! Great performer and we would be thrilled to have him again!"
-Campus Activities Board, Harper College
"Chad is great to work with and his show was well received by the students"
-Jeff Foote, SUNY Cobleskill
"The students are still talking about him...we hope to see him again in the near future."
-Josh Hulgan, Gillette College