Archive for the 'Youtube' Category

Chuck E. Cheese Magic

Posted by Michael on June 29th, 2020

You might have heard the pandemic shutdowns have let Chuck E. Cheese in trouble, forcing closures and putting the entire chain at risk. We have definitely come across news reports of this nature, so we were more than a little surprised to learn Chuck E. Cheese has an active YouTube page which featured this magic lesson just last Friday.

Now who else wants pizza for breakfast?

The Escapes Of David Merlini

Posted by Michael on June 15th, 2020

Okay, so we don’t usually post pure promo material for anyone (except charity shows). This promo piece for David Merlini caught our ear, though, because we found it posted by Chris Ogle the piece’s voiceover artist. So if you need an escape artist or a voice over artist you now know where to go.

The Poise And Balance Of Eric Gilliam

Posted by Michael on June 15th, 2020

Just a little bit of silent magic from Arizona’s Eric Gilliam. I have to admit, I usually like my magic with a story to it but sometimes a quick piece like this is lots of fun.

Magic With Toothbrushes

Posted by Michael on June 9th, 2020

Brisbane magician Jason Maher posted this video with the explanation he was challenged by a friend to do magic with toothbrushes… I sense a new wave of dental hygiene themed kids shows on the horizon! Great job, Jason.

Tyler Grey Shares Crazy Stories From His Magician’s Life

Posted by Michael on June 2nd, 2020

Tyler Grey is launching a new webseries featuring some of “Crazy Stories from the Life of a Magician.” Here is the first episode.

Side note: totally sympathize. I used to run movie theaters and chalked up many of my performing hours performing for folks waiting to see their show when the owner screwed up the scheduling (which was often). It is not exactly performing for a hostile crowd, but it is a special kind of audience. You can keep up with Tyler’s new series on his YouTube page.

Testing The Lowest Ranked Magic On Amazon

Posted by Michael on May 14th, 2020

I was not familiar with YouTuber SeanDoesMagic, but he has like 150,000 subscribers and a great idea: looking at the lowest ranked magic products on Amazon. I thought it was pretty funny.

“Magic Is Essential”

Posted by Michael on May 14th, 2020

YouTuber Illusions for the Blind decided to go out and do some busking, despite the pandemic. This goes over the experience….