Magic and hypnosis may seem similar, but they are two entirely different animals. I've often said that a magic show is physically more strenuous for me, whereas a hypnosis show is mentally more strenuous. With a magic show, I know what's going to happen and when it's going to happen. I can also pretty accurately predict the reactions I'm going to get from the audience. On the other hand, a hypnosis show is unpredictable because I'm not the entertainer...the volunteers are. I'
I get asked this question quite a bit and it's a difficult question to answer. Here we are in the beginning of 2018 and I already have half a dozen shows on my calendar for 2019. Yes, sometimes I get booked a year or more in advance, but that's usually not the case. A lot of it depends on the type of event. In March, April & May I perform at high school Post-Prom parties. I usually start getting calls to book these in mid September, about 6 or 7 months ahead of the show. Su
Calls are already starting to come in for the 2018 Fair Season. Whether it's a county fair, state fair, city-wide celebration or other event, magic is the ideal entertainment. A magic show can be enjoyed by a wide range of audiences and my magic show features lots of audience participation along with great magic and family-friendly humor. I already have the Burt County Fair on my calendar in July. They had me last year and I'm thrilled to be going back again. I've also gotten