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The Power of Story

Chuck combines the power of magic with storytelling to create an amazing effect with an awesome finale!

 

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Parlor and Walkaround

Check out Chuck's parlor performances for some very special events, such as family celebrations and business meetings, as well as walkaround magic.

 

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Torn and Restored Newspaper

Live and on-stage at the State Theater in Havre de Grace, Maryland, performing a classic of magic, to laughter and applause.

 

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The best reactions.

Watch how the audience reacts from two of Chuck's best effects - the Torn and Restored Newspaper - as well as the Magician's Insurance Policy!

 

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Cruise ship card magic.

Bad weather kept us from a port of call on a recent cruise, so when the Cruise Director announced he was adding activities, Chuck offered to teach magic!

 

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Small stages or large.

Watch Chuck on the small stage with his amazing rope routine and vanishing a card and making it reappear in a most unusual place.

 

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Magic in the hands of others.

Chuck routinely engages members of the audience to make the magic interactive. Here, two volunteers assist with one of the classics of magic.

 

 

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People are Talking

Don't take Chuck's word for it. Here are just a few audience reactions after a recent performance in Baltimore.

 

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Creating a Character

Creating a character to tell a story adds a whole new dimension to the classic multiplying bottles effect. Lots of audience laughter, too!

 

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Where did the bill go?

Imagine that someone you invited to your event signs a bill, then watches it vanish before their eyes. It then reappears in the most unexpected of places!

 

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Magic to Music.

Some of the best magic occurs without a word.  Enjoy this musical version of Chuck's original Juice-Pop routine, done to the music of Henry Mancini.

 

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Comical opening.

If you want to capture someone's attention quickly, get them to laugh. Here, Chuck uses one of his comical openers to get the audience laughing.

 

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Getting out into the audience.

The best magic does not always happen onstage. Sometimes you just have to get down into the crowd and bring the magic to them.