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Appearing (virtually) at NYC’s Most Famous Magic Theater… Tonight!

Okay, so the government’s UFO report turned out to be a nothingburger (sadface), but that only means the truth is still out there… and what better way to bring the truth to your coworkers than a private show with Andy Deemer, PrivatePsy?!? “Stranger Things meets David Copperfield!!”  Just some of the glowing reviews from last month’s …

February Research

While January was all about Bigfoot, February became a fantastic month of UFO chasing. I tackled a classic: John A Keel’s The Mothman Prophecies: A True Story. It’s a fascinating report of a town plagued by visitations, filled with olive-skinned giants and dwarfs in poorly-cut suits, vehicles floating over highway, the author’s radioactive sunburns. The …

Now A Magic Castle Performer

Well, I’m now a Magic Castle performer.  Being featured at the Castle, especially in one of those more-exclusive virtual shows, was a dream come true. And I knew it was going to be a hit, but I didn’t realize how much of a hit it would be!!! 274 cheering faces on zoom, and one folded-arms fellow, …

Rehearsals for the Magic Castle Show

If you’re on my e-mail list, you hopefully heard about this week of virtual magic show rehearsals, getting ready for this Saturday’s Magic Castle show. It’s a very tight 15-minute production (not as relaxed as my 45-minute corporate magic show), and it’s VERY fun. While the rehearsals are going on all week, they’re sold out. …

Appearing at the Virtual Magic Castle

I’ve performed for audiences at the Magic Castle a good hundred times, always in one of the impromptu spaces like the Library Bar, the Hat & Hare, or the Cellar. 20 or 30 or maybe even 40 spectators squeeze into these sought-after performance spaces to see close-up magic. They’re not official, they’re not promoted, they’re …

Magic to Salve the Pandemic

Even though the holiday season is behind us, the magic keeps on flowing. This week has seen several belated 45-minute corporate Xmas parties (for clients who failed to book in time), an insanely rambunctious 35-minute Zoom birthday party for a 35-year-old woman and her friends, and also a few 15-minute shows testing out some rapidfire …

Continuing to Build, Beyond the Magic

Every day, I’m practicing and researching the magic. But you know what? The magic is just a part of my virtual magic show. There’s always more work to be done. Implementing new technology. Zoom audiences should have a seamless virtual magic experience, and this week I’ve been furthering that. A new touchpad for switching scenes, …

Developing the 18-Minute Virtual Magic Show

Every group that hires me for virtual magic shows has a different expectation. Some corporations expect a one-hour Zoom mentalism show. Amazon recently hired me for just eight minutes of “mind-blowing online magic,” to introduce a huge team meeting. But my favorite is the 45-minute virtual magic show. It’s immersive, interactive, and it’s not entirely …