NO CAMPFIRES. NO SING-ALONGS. JUST MAGIC. WELCOME TO THE REAL HOGWARTS…
In this amazingly shot documentary by Judd Ehrlich we follow the story of five young magicians. This year Magic Camp was held at the Bryn Mawr College in my home state of Pennsylvania. The camp has been home to many famous magicians that everyone knows today, such as Copperfield, David Blaine and Criss Angel. The five magicians include:
- Jonah Conlin (Age 12)
- Zachariah Ivins (Age 15)
- Zoe Reiches (Age 16)
- Brian Woodbridge (Age 19)
- Reed Spool (Age 18)
Don’t run away from who you are, don’t be someone else..create your own character- Hiawatha Johnson Jr (camp counselor)
Just when you thought the only good magicians were on stage charging you to see their show, Vance Savage changes the game. Vance is taking his skills in magic and using it for the greater good! He will be performing a private show for The Children’s Hospital at Albany Medical Center New Scotland Ave, Albany NY. Savage has magic tricks and illusions being donated from famous street magician Brad Christian from Ellusionist.com, Wayne Houchin from Theory 11 and Chris Angel and his team. The donated materials will be given to the children at the end of Vance’s show. Vance will be performing for the children on August 2, 2012 from 10am to 2pm.
You can also follow Vance on Twitter!
We’ll have more on the event as it closer to the date and time.
Above is the official implosion to the O’shea’s parking garage. It means the end for Dirk Arthur’s Wild Magic show which promised an up close and person experience with a big cat illusion show. In place of the parking garage is going the world’s largest ferris wheel.
There is no word on when a new Dirk Arthur show will rise from the ashes.
Back in December, rumors started to pop up about Dirk Arthur shutting down his show due to the hotel/casino construction. The original date for the closing of the show was March 1st. That didn’t happen. It is now said that Arthur will close his show on May 1st, the same day as the O’Shea’s Casino will be shut down. Dirk moved into the venue back in September of 2010. The show which included huge cats you’d only find at the zoo will be missed.
Good luck in the future to the Dirk Arthur crew!