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.
In spite of many attempts to make performance and personal schedules work, I never made it to Indianapolis for Indianapolis Magic Monthly last year. So, I made a special effort to call them up and make it happen this year.
IMM is one of the few, real safe havens for magic in this area. Unassuming and friendly, they produce a variety magic show once a month. Some big names come through. Other performers are denizens of the magic underground. Each show is different. Each show is fun. And their host, Taylor Martian is a real gem. (If you know Taylor you will know what I mean).
Just an all around great place for Magical Entertainment for Adults, Kids, Families, and tourists.
Next Show is Feb 2nd. See you there.
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.
Headed to Jo Beth’s Booksellers to provide a touch of magic at their VIP night this week. Should be a good time. Love books. Love people who like books.
Looking forward to my annual pilgrimage to stage 733 for magic Chicago.
This will be my third year presenting. Each year I have the pleasure of catching up with old friends and meeting new magical talents.
Just spent the evening doing a last minute event for the Association of Electrical Cooperatives. They were having a regional training sessions and decided to offer a bit of entertainment at their evening cocktail hour. A fun bunch of people. The magic went well. Most people did not know each other but I gave them something to talk about. Fun was had by all. And the event coordinator was much relieved.