The Stage Magic Show

This is what many people think of as a magic show. This includes a variety of large props utilized fo tricks that are performed on stage in front of the audience. The magician, often with his beautiful assistant and possibly some audience volunteers, wows the audience with a selection of tricks and illusions.

Close-up Magic

This is one of the more popular versions of magic. this is where a magician often wades into the crowd and performs a variety of quick disappearances and object tricks. This can include card tricks, coin tricks and an almost infinite number of variations. The magician moves from table to table and works several tricks into the mix to keep people entertained. This is often something done during cocktails with a stage show following dinner.

Psychics

There are various types of psychics that can be provided for a party. This can include Diviners, Palmists, Tarot Readers, and Mediums. This is separate from Mentalism due to the nature of the magician and the nature of the performance. Often the shows can be combined and the lines blurred. Though sometimes performed as a stage show, as many Mentalism shows are, Psychics tend to perform around the room at tables or during cocktails with more intimate groups.

Comedy Magic

While most magicians will utilize some comedic elements, there are others that are more of a comedy show with magical elements. These shows keep people laughing and are well choreographed. If you want new ways to get your audience laughing, this can be a great choice.

Improv is Magic

This is a comedy show using your audience members as the performers. Magically, they become funny. This show uses an improv director and teacher who can extract humor from your people on stage. While it isn't really magic, the audience often thinks that there was.

Hypnosis

A popular version of a magic show for country clubs involves bringing several people on stage to become hypnotized. They perform various acts that they normally wouldn't and their friends and family howl with laughter.

Mentalism

This form of magic involves a performer engaging audience members and divining information seemingly from nowhere. There are a variety of approaches to this and each performer is unique in their approach. 


Sometimes getting members of a country club to like a show requires a bit of magic! We have a wide selection of professional magicians that can come and perform for your members.

Whether for a golf facility looking for entertainment at the 19th hole, member entertainment events or for a party for corporate or family gatherings, we have seen it all and can put together a magic show that can have people enjoying themselves.

Entertaining your membership can take many forms. One of the more popular choices for entertaining country clubs can be some brand of a magic show. Having the mystery of a night of magic can engage the audience and provide a bit of a challenge to the audience as they try to figure the tricks out.

These shows can take on several forms, or they can be done in combination with one another.

From the technical side, there are all kinds of requirements for these professionals. On a base level, a stand or headset microphone is common. The idea is to make certain that people can hear the show. Of course if you have a more intimate group, sometimes it's better to have no technical assistance to have a more natural and intimate show. Close Up Magic might not need it so much. Stage Magic Shows probably require much more. Most also have music that they would like to be played and often will have their own tech person. There should be accommodations made for these technical requirements.

Similarly, you may wish to have staging and lights. Having a raised stage allows people further away from the stage to see more clearly and for voices to project. The lights allow for the lights to be dropped for the audience. An audience in the dark allows for people to laugh without the worry that other people were looking at them, which can hinder enjoyment. They also probably have many light cues and will need the ability to control all the light in the room. After all, how can you make things disappear if you can't even turn out the lights?

A country club magic show is a great way to entertain your group with awe and laughter. So if you want to discuss how to make any evening magical, simply give us a call. We'll discuss options and try to determine the best choice for your facility.

We can provide our services throughout the nation including areas such as Los Angeles in Southern California, San Francisco in Northern California, Scottsdale and Tucson in Arizona, the DFW area, Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Oklahoma, the Gulf Coast, Southwest Florida, Central Florida, South Florida, North Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Washington DC, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York City, Westchester County, Long Island, New York State, Fairfield County and Hartford in Connecticut, Chicago, Milwaukee, the Midwest, Ohio, Idaho, Washington State, Oregon, Nevada, Salt Lake City in Utah, Hawaii as well as everywhere else in all 50 states.

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