As they say. Let the games begin. When I first started developing this show I was really worried. After all, you can’t to magic on a train. So many people told me this. But, Its a really great time. And the magic is really good too. Buy tickets early. These often sell out completely.
Some years I find myself working large audiences for big companies. This year, I find myself working smaller shows. If I had to choose, I like the smaller shows ranging from high society to family gatherings. (Everybody loves magic).
There I get to actually see the people I’m entertaining. There is a rule in magic. The closer the audience, the stronger the magic.
Next week I will be performing at an elegant Christmas Desert Function for a group of ladies. Later I will be working for a gathering of horse enthusiasts at their Christmas party at one of the horse farms. Some groups are larger than others. But Christmas is always a great time for magic.
We had a full house last night on the RJ Corman Magic Dinner Train. We had people from Ohio, and Wisconsin in for the weekend. There were three Anniversaries, and at least one Birthday. I also saw a six year old girl attack and consume a whole prime rib steak that was bigger then she was. All in all a great night.
October is always a busy time for me and magic. Some magicians seem to be most busy around Christmas. But for me, Halloween is a close second. This month I will be providing two performance on the RJ Corman Magic Dinner Train. (see pic above). Tickets are available through the RJ Corman web site. www.kydinnertrain.com
Add to that the fact that I will be providing palm reading at a few private Halloween events, and strolling entertainment at some political fund raisers, and we have the makings for a really busy month. And no, I will not be missing Trick-or-treating.
If you have not tried this, put it on your bucket list. www.kydinnertrain.com
Magic, great scenery, and a train. What were you going to do on Saturday the 22nd?
Seriously, its a great time.