NBC4's Jym Ganahl Gets Angry with Michael Kent

Here are a series of shorts that appeared in Shadowbox Live‘s “Smoke and Mirrors.” Columbus NBC4 Chief Meteorologist Jym Ganahl is a long-time friend of Shadowbox and agreed to help out. Every time this aired live during “Smoke & Mirrors,” the crowd went WILD. Other videos from the show are below. See the rest of Shadowbox Live’s Videos.

Illusions, Michael – An Evening of Michael Kent & Arrested Development

On Monday, April 16th I will team up with Shadowbox Live’s head writer Jimmy Mak for this one night only special event. A 30-minute performance will be followed by a viewing of the first three episodes of the hit TV show Arrested Development. Drink specials for the night will include “The Lucille Martini” and “The Big Yellow Joint.” Tickets are only $5.00. Call 614-416-7625 to make reservations. We’ll find out if Gob Bluth helped or hindered my career. 😉

Michael Kent Performing a Show for the Whole Family in Fairfield, OH

Here is the article from the Hamilton Journal News: FAIRFIELD — A night of irreverent comedy and magic taking place in Fairfield this weekend will bring a smile not only to an adult’s face, but children’s as well. The Fairfield Community Arts Center hosts magician and comedian Michael Kent on Saturday as part of its EnterAct Family Series. Kent — who has performed in such locales as Hollywood, Las Vegas and in South Korea for United States Army soldiers, in addition to performances for corporations such as Honda of America, Time Warner and AT&T — is known for his family … Read more

Michael Kent Faces Epic "Magic Battle" in New Jersey

I visited Richard Stockton College of New Jersey on September 7th to perform the Inaugural performance in the new Theater in the brand spankin’ new Campus Center. The new theater is beautiful and well set up for a show like mine. I can imagine that room being fantastic for guest lecturers to the university. After some initial issues adjusting to the brand new sound system, we finally got up and running and had an absolutely fantastic show. Halfway through the show, I recognized Stockton College’s own resident magician (Magic Chad) and told the audience, jokingly, that he and I would … Read more