For more than 20 years George has used his talents, including close-up, parlor, and stage magic to delight audiences.
George strives to give your guests a night they won't soon forget. The Magic of George Bradley has provided evenings full of magic and fun for all types of events for adults. He has performed all over the US, in London, UK, Milan, Italy, and at two presidential inaugural balls. George adds comedy into his act to take the performance to the next level. he'll amuse and mesmerize guests day or night at your holiday party, cocktail party, private function, or corporate event
“Like A’Star, twinkling the night, my magic will mystify and delight.”
A’Star, Queen Mother of Magic, is a former educator, whose roles included teacher, instructional teacher leadership, vice principal, principal, curriculum development, etc. She has over 30 years of acting, directing, playwriting and critic experience. Her theater experience also includes serving as house manager, sound technician, stage manager, usher and tour director.
A’Star, also known as Vickie Bey, is Pittsburgh, PA native, founder and CEO of the African American Council of the Arts (AACTA). The African American Council of the Arts is a multi-faceted, educational arts organization dedicated to promoting the arts as a tool of enlightenment, personal development and tolerance for minorities and the disadvantaged through education, training, literature research, dissemination of information, job opportunities, productions, the AACTA Onyx Awards and other incentives.
A’Star enjoys presenting all types of magical feats including cards, vanishes, transformation, mentalism, levitation, transportation, etc. for stage, close up, conventions, private functions, etc. Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-795-4426.
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This award-winning team has brought their dynamic show around the world. The use of seductive jazz music enhances their flawlessly orchestrated illusions. Internationally, their success is widely acknowledged and complement the awards they have garnered in the U.S.
Victor & Diamond were voted the best act for television by NHK, the Japanese Broadcasting Association. They have shared the spotlight with many stars and performers at the prestigious Magic Castles in Hollywood.
Victor & Diamond are truly a team, Victor is a master illusionist, so well-respected that he is ofter asked to perform at magic conventions, but is also asked to teach his craft in lectures. The other half of the team, Diamond, is considered to be one of the finest assistants in the industry.
In the review of the Society of American Magicians National Convention, it was said of her, “Assistants can learn a lot by watching her. She moved well, and was always in the right place.’’
Always fresh and always different, Victor & Diamond are two of the brightest stars of magic today.
Rory Rennick is a native of Columbus, Ohio and has performed for thousands at corporations, schools, universities, comedy clubs, casinos, churches, libraries, restaurants and community events in almost every imaginable venue from the East Coast to California.
He was the first magician to regularly host his own family show at the National Funny Bone Comedy Club & Restaurants in Columbus, Dayton, Toledo, and Liberty Township Ohio and Newport, Kentucky. He was also seen on NBC’s America’s Got Talent. Rory is a teaching artist with the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education and a member of the Ohio Order for the Preservation of Storytelling and the Ohio Local History Alliance. Rory is a founding member, and currently serves as the historian of the International Association of Black Magical Artists. He has also appeared in a number of historical stage productions, including one that he produced himself. He is the foremost authority on the escaped slave turned magician Henry “Box” Brown.