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The Witching Hour

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Last night I got to attend a special performance at See Scape put on by the Toronto Magic Company. They forewent their usual weekly performance The Newest Trick In The Book, and replaced it with The Witching Hour; the same format but featuring an all female cast.

The show did have one marked improvement over there regular format and just goes to show what happens when you let women be in charge.

L to R: Nikki Runnals, Bella Muerta, Suzanne, Felice, Jacqueline Swan Duct Tape: Jonah Babins, Ben Train

L to R: Nikki Runnals, Bella Muerta, Suzanne, Felice, Jacqueline Swan
Duct Tape: Jonah Babins, Ben Train

Later this week, I’ll be appearing on another TMC production: The Carnival of Wonders, which also features Bella Muerta and a number of strange, unusual and wonderful people. Tickets are still available for the early and late sittings (8:00 PM and 10:30 PM) at the Super Wonder Gallery.

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The Newest Trick in the Book

Tuesday night in Toronto at See-Scape, I’ll be appearing on The Newest Trick In The Book:

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This is a weekly open mic show put on by The Toronto Magic Company. I'll be appearing along with Sawyer BullockIan Crawford, Patrick NemethNikki Runnalls and the co-founder of the TMC, Ben Train. This is a pay-what-you-feel-like show. Tickets are free to reserve online. The only rule for the show is it must be brand new material you have never performed before. So there is, of course, the risk that everything in the show goes horribly wrong and nothing works... what fun!

 

When: Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at 8:30 PM


Where: SeeScape 
(374 Keel Street, south of Dundas - map)

See-Scape is a video and board game bar, so after the show, you can stick around and play.

The Newest Trick in the Book

This week, I’ll be appearing on The Newest Trick In The Book, a weekly show put on by the Toronto Magic Company. I’ll be appearing along with Jeff Hinchliffe, Sean Rooney, Harry Zimmerman and TMC Founder Ben Train.

Tickets are free to reserve . This is a pay-what-you-feel show. The only rule is it must be brand new material, never performed before. So there is the possibility that everything will go horribly wrong and nothing in the show will work. What fun!

When: Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - 8:30 PM

Where: See-Scape, 347 Keel Street, Toronto

 

Photos from The Show Before The Snow

Last week, I took part in a special year-end show put on by The Toronto Magic Company to celebrate the holidays and the end of another season of their open mic show, The Newest Trick In The Book. Over twelve magicians appeared including Marc Correia, Keith Brown, Jonah Babins, Ben Train, James Harrison, Ryan Brown, Glenn West, Chris Mayhew, Leigh Beadon and Edward Gabreal.

I got a few photos of myself courtesey of David J. Fulde.

The Show Before the Snow

I’ll be making one last public appearance before the end of the year. The Toronto Magic Company is putting on a free event at See Scape, The Show Before the Snow. I’ll be appearing along with nine or ten other magicians and free food has been promised.

The show is free to attend, but there is limited space, so you can reserve tickets at the link below.

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The Show Before The Snow

Tuesday, December 4, 2018
8:00 PM

See Scape
347 Keele Street (@Dundas)

Photos from the Newest Trick in the Book

Last night, I was asked to fill in on The Newest Trick in the Book, the magic-centric open mic hosted each week at See Scape by The Toronto Magic Company and hosted by the magician, neologist and swallower of long phallic-shaped objects Jonah Babins. I was on stage with Luiz Castro, David Fulde, Christian Mascia and Jason Palter

I got some wonderful photos to share courtesy of David Fulde.

There are two shows left before the end of the year. (I’m scheduled to appear on December 4 with a trick I’ve never performed before.) They’re free to attend but have limited seating, so you can reserve a spot in advance.