The Enigmatist trailer

Did you catch the trailer for The Enigmatist? There may or may not be hidden messages in it. OK there are! And they lead to a hidden webpage full of puzzles!

Several shows are SOLD OUT already. Grab your tickets at https://enigmatistshow.com!

The Enigmatist

Tickets are on sale now at https://enigmatistshow.com!

Join me for an immersive evening of enigmas, puzzles & illusions ... that begins with a puzzle room.

Excited to announce that Greg Berlanti and Robbie Rogers are producing The Enigmatist! Baseline Theatrical (Hamilton, The Cher Show and The Great Comet of 1812) are also producing alongside Production Designer Brett Banakis (International Scenic Supervisor for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child).

See you in January, NYC!

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The House with a Clock in its Walls

Get ready for Jack Black proffering prodigious prestidigitation! David advised on the illusions for the film and taught Jack Black sleight of hand and illusion for his role as a magician.

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Deception premieres March 11th 10/9pm c

Ladies and gentlemen, we give you Cameron Black! 

The world's greatest illusionist is about to become the FBI's new secret weapon. All the magic on this show is done practically -- real illusions and real sleight of hand.

Deception premieres on ABC March 11th at 10/9 c after an all new American Idol! 

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Spellbound hits shelves

Spellbound hits shelves

Spellbound is out in stores now. Pick up your copy on Amazon. Here is a review from Publisher's Weekly.

Kwong, a stage magician and New York Times crossword puzzle maker, breaks down the art of illusion into seven principles that businesspeople can use to get ahead. His techniques include “minding the gap” between what audiences see and what they want to believe, “loading up” by researching and practicing before a show, and “conjuring an out” in case the grand finale goes off course and a backup plan is necessary. He explains that all seven of these tricks of the trade have real-life and historical applications. Without revealing major secrets of his craft, Kwong gives laypeople a taste of what lies behind the sleight of hand and misdirection wielded by magicians from Houdini to David Copperfield. He intersperses these examples with the illusions and manipulations employed by historical figures, such as F.D.R., and successful companies, such as Ikea. This enjoyable work from a confident master of his trade is a “virtual wand” for those who want a bit of magic in their lives.