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One of the most awesomest things ever.

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I enjoyed performing for a unexpectedly large crowd at Muskingum University last night. It had been a few years since I had been there. In fact, the last time I performed there, the venue I was in didn’t even exist and the school was called “Muskingum College.”

A Senior student opened the show for me by singing and playing the ukulele and even read my intro as a song with the uke. Thanks to Jessica Durant for taking photos with my camera.

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I performed last night for Saint Anselm’s incoming freshman class – a huge audience! I love visiting Manchester and performing at Saint A’s. This was my 7th or 8th appearance at this school. Will, the student who grabbed these photos for me, got a little trigger happy and took over 200 photos of the show!

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Bowling Green once again proved to be an amazing audience last night. They got to witness some brand new magic that I had never before taken to the stage, including an awesome trick that happens in the middle of the audience. Here are some photos from the show!

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I was invited to speak at Columbus’s Pecha Kucha event on August 11th. If you’re not familiar with Pecha Kucha, here’s a brief description from their own website:

PechaKucha Night was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public.
It has turned into a massive celebration, with events happening in hundreds of cities around the world, inspiring creatives worldwide. Drawing its name from the Japanese term for the sound of “chit chat”, it rests on a presentation format that is based on a simple idea: 20 images x 20 seconds. It’s a format that makes presentations concise, and keeps things moving at a rapid pace.

I decided to speak about the conception of a magic trick. How does an original magic routine begin and develop into a commercial piece of magical performance art? I told an audience of hundreds at the event in 6 minutes and 40 seconds. Below you’ll find my presentation!

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This video was edited out of archive footage from February of 2011 during a particularly treacherous travel situation.

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While the 2011 Fall College Tour is really starting to take shape, we’re still adding dates to the calendar every day.

7/19 Tampa, FL
7/23 Eureka, IL
7/25 Bloomingburg, NY
8/11 Grandview, OH (Pecha Kucha Presentation)
8/13 Columbus, OH
8/15 Pembroke, NC
8/20 Pemberville, OH
8/25 Bowling Green, OH
8/26 Manchester, NH
8/27 New Concord, OH
9/1 La Crosse, WI
9/2 Winona, MN
9/4 Oxford, OH
9/6 Camden, NJ
9/7 Pomona, NJ
9/8 Tiffin, OH
9/10 Greensboro, NC
9/12 Cleveland, OH
9/16 Monmouth, IL
9/20 St. Petersburg, FL
9/21 Mattoon, IL
9/24 Jacksonville, IL
9/28 Allendale, MI
9/30 Allentown, PA
10/1 Lebanon, IL
10/9-11 Buffalo, NY
10/13 Mt. Sterling, OH
10/15 Reading, PA
10/20 Crestview Hills, KY
10/22 Bridgewater, MA
10/24-26 Columbus, OH
10/27 Pemberton, NJ
11/5 Fairfield, OH
11/9 Urbana, OH
11/10 Covington, KY
11/17 Tiffin, OH
11/18-19 Hartford, CT
11/29 Flint, MI
12/14 Maineville, OH

For an up-to-date look at the performance calendar – check out the Online Tour Schedule!
If you’re interested in bringing my act to your event or college, send me an email ASAP and we’ll get you hooked up! Keep checking back for calendar updates.

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Since I’m such a big deal and all, I get asked to be on big-time television shows like Public Access in Wheeling, WV. I know, I know. I’m getting recognized everywhere now. I kid, but in reality, this is a pretty cool program when you realize that it’s produced entirely by high school students with the help of Nathan Marshall and the Brooke High School Video Production teaching staff.

Visit Nathan’s YouTube channel to see more episodes of “Ohio Valley Tonite.” When I was in high school, we had a pretty nice production studio, and I would have loved the opportunity to work on projects like this. Students are learning shot composition, editing, green screen, lighting, audio and more.

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