Archive for December, 2011

Medina Entertainment Center is Excellent Party Place

The Medina Entertainment center is a wonderful place to host a party or banquet. Their rooms are tastefully decorated for the season and the staff is great and the food is very tasty.

I have entertained in every one of their banquet rooms many times over the years. The most recent was for 500 people at the Teamster’s Holiday Party held in the Medina Grand Ballroom. This was my 5th time working for this group over the years. I also appeared at the Halloween party with Chopper for the 3rd time this past October. This party had well over 500 people in attendance. The Medina can handle large groups as well as smaller ones.

Medina Entertainment Center

500 Minnesota 55, Medina, MN 55340

(763) 478-6661 ‎ medinaentertainment.com

The Medina Entertainment Center also has many medium sized rooms that accommodate various size groups. Many groups that have had my show will then send their guests off to go bowling after at the Medina Bowling alley just down the hall. This a great combination for your next party or banquet.

Some groups plan an evening around a special event. One group had my after dinner show in one of the rooms for their guests. Then after my comedy show, many of them went upstairs for a live music act that was performing in the ballroom. That time I think it was the Rockin’ Hollywoods. This is a very cost effective way to have your group enjoy live entertainment without the expense “renting” a band to come to your spot. You might be able to hire a band for $1,000-$3,000 or for $10 a ticket you could send your group of 35 people up to see a great show like the Rockin’ Hollywoods. This is a very economical idea for a smaller holiday party. This is one big benefit of the Medina Entertainment Center.

I have also entertained the Staff at the Medina 3 times and am glad they enjoy my comedy and bring me back again and again. They have recommended me to many of their groups and I am thankful that the see the quality of my work.

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A Weekend full of Holiday Magic Shows!

Magic and comedy bring life to the party and I had a wonderful weekend full of great audiences.  Wow the laughter is sometimes deafening. I love my work as a party  planner and entertainment provider.

 

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One event was at the Airport for the Pilots of Delta Airlines special program called Pilots for Kids. This was fun – especially bringing my magic suitcase into security.  Channel 4 WCCO was there to cover it and it was fun to see the mascots from the Twins, Vikings, Golden Gophers and the Minnesota Wild.  The pilots and flight attendants were so kind and complimentary on the magic show. They have had me 7 years now and are set to have me back next year.

Another family event was in Minneapolis for the Toys for Tots.  A few weeks ago I did a huge fund raiser for this group and now it was the other end of the line when the toys were distributed. Very cool to see the smiles and hear the laughter from the magic show.

 

I also did a family party for about 45 people in a home – it was a blast. Ages were laughing and wowing at the magic. The guys especially liked the dollar bill trick.  Jaw dropping reactions are fun to see for me. I then know I am doing my job right.

 

I also did a corporate banquet at the Canterbury Park that was a blast. I enjoy bringing magic and clean comedy to adult corporate groups. This company is doing very well and they wanted to salute their staff with some special event.  Comedy brings people together and builds the team.  Many people came up to say how much they enjoyed the show and gave very nice comments like amazing and fantastic.

 

I tailor my show to fit the age group and the audience. It is easy as I have so many years of experience making people laugh.  It is fun to be a Minnesota Magician in Minneapolis.

 

 

 

Magic Castle in Hollywood

The Magic Castle is a mecca for Magicians and fans of the art.  It is a private club and you can get in to have dinner and see magic shows if you know a magician.

 

The mansion was a private home for many years. It was built over 110 years ago. In 1963 it became the Magic Castle and has 21 performing areas where you can see incredible magic.

One of the unusual features is a piano that is played by a ghost. She will play requests and is never stumped.

Several of my friends have performed here including Geoff Williams, Thom Peterson, David Kaye, Ken Scott, and Suzanne the Magician.

 

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