All New 2015 Tony Clark Lecture
Thursday March 19th
7:00pm - $25 per person
Things you’ll actually do!
Tony Clark’s lecture will feature brand new, never before seen effects and routines. It will be a mix of close-up, stand-up and stage effects.
Some highlights will be: Tony Clark’s Matches, Candle to Cash effect, Presto Ring Flight, Drink coaster routine, Faceless Card Trick, Impromptu Knife Thru Coat and MUCH MORE!
Tony Clark is a Magic Castle Stage Magician of the year Nominee. He’s also a lecturer, author, as well as producer of 16 smash hit live shows. You may have seen Tony on CBS’s “World Magic Awards” winning best classical magic and on
NBC’s “Worlds Most Dangerous Magic II”, CW’s Masters of Illusion and many more. Tony also consults for major film and TV stars coaching a list celebrities like Nicolas Cage on his feature film “NEXT” and John Malkovich for his movie
“The Great Buck Howard”. Tony has also worked with Taylor Swift for her Grammy 2015 performance!
For more information on Tony’s companies go to: www.tonyclarkmagic.com
For the first time EVER, Lee Earle will be lecturing at The Magic Apple
April 12th 5pm
$25 Per Person
$35 for VIP seats - Only 6 available. Includes front row reserved seating, deck of cards and bottle of water.
Lee Earle has spread his love for Mentalism by presenting hundreds of lectures in just about every English speaking country in the world, and in quite a few others - with the help of translators.
Earle’s lectures go well beyond ‘teaching tricks’ and focus on modeling an example from which other performers can learn the real work:
•Psychology of presentation
•Supporting a performance premise
•Delivery of humor
•Directed attention (misdirection)
•Selecting the best material for every performance style
His unique teaching style divides the lecture into multiple individual segments - each of which includes performance, explanation (while the material is fresh in the audience’s minds), discussion, and advocacy - putting the emphasis on simplicity, practical methods, and personality-driven presentations.