Come see Jersey Jim Comedy Magician tomorrow night at 6 pm for a great holiday magic show at the . Christmas Tree lighting and Santa Claus to follow! You will see Snowflake the talking bunny rabbit magically appear. We will also have a magic snowstorm to round out the holiday magic show. (The kids just love the snow!)
Had a great theater show last night with two beautiful assistants. Here we are backstage 5 minutes before curtain. Say hello to Cyndi and Jennifer. Nice work if you can get it! Some days it pays to be a magician!
Well, after providing my school magic show fundraiser to many many schools and having raised thousands and thousands of dollars for other schools while also providing a wonderful family fun evening of great entertainment, the roosters have come home to roost so to speak.
My son’s school is finally hosting my Funtastic Magic Show Fundraiser! Here is a picture of my son, Wesley, standing in front of one of the posters at school.
Even better, Wesley is going to be performing his special illusion that we talked about in another post. We’ll let you know how it goes!
Schools typically raise between $2000 to $12,000 in a single night of family fun entertainment without much work or lead time. This is not your typical magic show. This is the same 90-minute production I bring to professional theaters throughout southern California.
I’ll be returning to the world-famous Hollywood Magic Castle on November 2 and 3. Three shows each day at 12:15, 1:15, and 2:15. If any of my clients would like to come, please write a comment on this post and include your email address.
Jersey Jim will be performing his blend of comedy Halloween magic that is fun for kids and adults alike once again at the Gelson’s Halloween Spooktacular event at the Gelson’s in Calabasas on Saturday, October 26 from 3:00 to 6:00 pm.
Essay Number One: “How Do I Pick My Children’s Magician?”
Or, “Avoiding a false economy.”
I will be posting a series of articles that address the question: what makes a great children’s magic show? These essays will draw on my personal experience from having supported myself and my family as a full-time, professional magician for many years in the competitive market of Southern California, the entertainment capital of the world.
I’m a professional magician performing in the Los Angeles area. For years, my son, Wesley, who is now 8, has wanted to be involved in all of daddy’s magic shows, whether big or small.
Wesley would sometimes come to my public shows but I would not be able to pick him because I felt it wouldn’t be fair to the other kids who had never seen my shows before or had never had a chance to help a magician before.