Lamont liked hanging upside down. He must of… he did a lot. He hung upside down on the Pearl Street Mall, multiple times he hung upside down for the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon and most important to me, he did it for the Mile High Magicians Society April 24th, 1976. For me it would … Read moreStrait Jacket Escape! Birth of The Jacket of Doom.
I did not see The Foans, I experienced the Foans. I only saw one performance of the Foan Family Circus but wow what a show. You see most of this occurred during my college days and that kept me away from magic more then normal. To say The Foan Family Circus was a Magic Circus … Read moreThe Foan Family Circus: A Magic Circus
The guy behind the counter was wearing a dress. Okay it wasn’t really a dress it was robe. The counter he was working behind was the first incarnation of The Wizard Magic Shop. Little did I realize that this would be one of the biggest moments in my life. What I like to call magic … Read moreThe Wizard Magic Shop: A Personal Memory
What good is a degree in theater? Is there really college magic? If that is where your passion lies a theater degree can be very good even if one never uses it for theater. Technically I didn’t directly use my bachelors degree for 30 years. But the experience did benefit me in oh so many … Read moreCollege Magic: Working the System
Let the great debate begin! Is it necessary for a magician or for that matter any performer to get a college degree as a part of their entertainment / magic education? The short answer is no. The long answer is more involved as it is in any important decision. For me the answer was yes. … Read moreMagic and Education
When a magician makes reference to “magic moments” they are usually talking about that moment in a magic routine where the audience perceives a moment of magic to happen. Something out of the ordinary has occurred. An object or person vanishes, appears or levitates for example. It occurred to me that this term could also … Read moreMy Magic Journey
THE School Assembly is a great source of shows for magicians and other entertainers across the country. For me The Magic of Safety school assembly program was very large part of my magic career. This was the show that started me down the path as a professional magician. I’ve already looked at the overall process … Read moreKids Magic, Writing the Script
There are many ways to approach magic. This was my magic journey. A look into the creative process when I was beginning magic. My experience with AAA became a blue print for later success. I learned the importance of thinking things through. What Do I want to accomplish? Who am I working for? What will … Read moreKids Magic, Constructing a Magic Show