MAGIC has existed in many forms. From large stage illusions to closeup tricks on a table. Closeup Magic sometimes causes confusion in the eyes of some people who are unfamiliar with magic and magicians. The term “close up” refers to the fact that the spectator is ‘close up’ to where the action is taking place. You are literally a couple of feet from the performer. You get to see everything, or at least what the magician wants you to see. What you see is magic happening right in front of you … or even in your own hands!
The closeup magic tricks that I will be performing will be from between the 1860’s to the 1950’s and created by some famous magicians you’ve probably never heard of. I might even do something with a brave spectator’s iPhone. We’ll also explore the playfulness of the mansion’s most famous ghost, Mollie Woodruff herself!
Come to this limited seating event at the Woodruff-Fontaine House, and venture down into the basement to take your seat and watch me create the magic … right in front of you!