When it comes to magic, a rose is a rose is a rose.
The Conjuror is busy rehearsing so I thought I would help him with this next blog entry.
The show is the car itself. A precision-made machine that, when running on all cylinders, simply flies.
Karl Germain, whose famous Water Jars are part of the show, suggested that magic was the most honest of professions, because we tell you that we will deceive you, and we do.
The Magical Mystery Tour is coming to take you away.
The Conjuror is part of Soulpepper’s new Family Festival. The show runs at the Young Centre in the Distillery District from Dec 30 to Jan 3.
Devils are effective precisely because they are not solemn.
One was to re-create the stage magic of this earlier Golden Age, to transport you to a time and place (we chose the year 1909 and the legendary St. George’s Hall in London) where audiences came to be enchanted by paradox.
We are pleased to announce that The Conjuror — after a twelve year absence — is returning to Toronto for an exclusive, limited-engagement at
A publication update about The Bammo Ten Card Deal Dossier from Bob Farmer.
Do you want some cheese with the whine? You’ll be asking me that after you read this. Or if you want to skip all this blather the conclusion is: the book is coming out in late January.