Upcoming Public Performances

  • June 19-22: St. Louis Fringe Festival. Busking Friday evening and Saturday. Stage show on Sunday at 4:30 pm. More information on location as we get closer to the date. Website: stlfringe.com
  • July 11: Let Them Eat Art – Maplewood, MO. Will be performing on Sutton between Manchester and Marietta starting at 6pm and going to at least 9pm, maybe later. More information about Let Them Eat Art at http://www.cityofmaplewood.com/index.aspx?nid=147.

 

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7 thoughts on “Upcoming Public Performances

    1. Thanks, Jill. I’m looking forward to (hopefully in the near future) to being at the point where I feel comfortable putting booking information, also, on the site, but I’m not ready for that, yet. Baby steps, and such. If all goes well, within the next few weeks I’ll have run a few shows in front of some test audiences to see how well the act that I’m working on plays. People in the community, such as yourself, giving encouragement along the way helps more than you can imagine. Again, thanks!

  1. Hi Jason,

    I’m curious about your website heading; “a midlife crisis turns to magic”. Does this mean you are a late-blooming magician? I would really appreciate a discussion with you, because your case may have been contagious (I think I’ve caught it now! )

    If you have a chance sometime, pls write. Thanks.

    1. Hey Kyle,

      I’ve always had an interest in magic, but it really didn’t become something I started wanting to perform for people (outside the few close-up things that I’ve done since I was a kid) until a couple of years ago. Even then, when I joined up with the magic clubs in the St. Louis area, I really had no interest to perform other than for maybe the children’s hospitals. Now, It really has become an urge to perform. I just dig playing with a crowd in a way that I couldn’t do in either music or acting.

      As I’ve mentioned in a few of my posts, one of the great things about the magic community is that the top performers generally are accessible to the other performers at lower levels of the food chain (as their schedules allow, that is). It’s part of what makes it as much a community as much as a type of performance art.

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