Magic Mike was voted by readers of Seattle's Child and Eastside Parent as one of the best mixed age entertainers for children. The children's show "How Come" did a feature story on him, and he has been pictured with children at many Northwest festivals. Magic Mike's show is suited for all ages. He performs close-up illusions using the guests as his assistant. He also makes balloon animals, flowers, and fun, crazy hats. He has performed at numerous pre-schools, day cares, and public schools, in 30 years of performing magic and balloon animals for children and adults in the Pacific Northwest at homes and festivals. Below are a few photos from a few parties.
Magic Mike the Magician Promotes Reading! At children shows, he discusses the importance of reading. He tells the children that he learned magic when he was 6 years old by reading books from the library. He tells children they can learn anything from books. During his show, he talks about the history of magic tricks, showing tricks from caveman through today.
Magic Mike the magician uses the audience in every trick, and makes a balloon hat for the special person. At children's shows he makes balloon animals and swords after the magic show. He plays an animal guessing game making balloon animals. The first to guess keeps that one, until all children have guessed and won one. While he makes the animals, they must say something they know about that animal. It's fun using their mind. Magic Mike was voted by readers of a Seattle children's magazine as one of the best mixed age for children. The Seattle Weekly did a feature story as did KING5-TV children's show "How Come", when he came to Seattle in 1980, and he has been featured in stories with children at many Northwest festivals on Seattle TV stations 4,5,7,11,22.
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Dear Magic Mike,
Thank you for the fun time! We really enjoyed the magic and balloons. The kids had a great time and were so excited with all your tricks. It was especially nice that the young kids age 2-4 were able to enjoy the magic. You really made our 2 year old's birthday party special!
4 year old loving being magic assistant with Magic Mike at birthday party
Magic Mike keeps them having fun. Magic Mike can as SpongeBob,
as the King of Hearts, formal tux, or informal.
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Magic Mike shows for adults parties and business events. Magic Mike's show is suited for all ages. He performs close-up illusions using the guests as his assistant. He also makes balloon animals, flowers, and fun, crazy hats. He has performed for adults and companies in the Pacific Northwest at trade shows, parties, picnics, and birthdays. Past Clients Clients include Boeing Computer Services (at the New York Computer Literacy Trade Show, which resulted in a feature story in The Exhibit Reporter), Commodore Computers (Vegas Consumer Electronics Show), Coke Foods (Houston sales promotion), Schleigal Corporation (Los Angeles National Computer Conference), The National Cable TV Association Show in Las Vegas and New Orleans (resulted in a feature in National Trade Show & Exhibit Manager), The National Satellite Show in Nashville, The Western Satellite Show in Reno,
the Northeastern Pennsylvania Industrial Show, Pacific Northwest Hotel Hospitality Show, a national story in Compaq's Hardcopy Magazine from his demos at the Seattle Computer Showcase, where U.S. Congressman Rod Chandler (smiling) was lured to his client's booth, and the New York Computer Showcase got a New York Post story and a bit on CBS 60 Minutes with Andy Rooney (rarely smiling).
Magic Mike (on right) shows The Lone Ranger (Clayton Moore) and a spectator a magic trick in Las Vegas at The National Cable TV Trade Show. Featured in TV news stories in cities throughout the West coast, Magic Mike also magically mesmerized Buckminster Fuller, Ken Kesey, Frank Herbert, Tom Robbins, The Firesign Theater The Grateful Dead, Little Feat, The Marshall Tucker Band, Charlie Daniels, Arlo Guthrie, Heart, Playmate of the Year Keri Kendall, Leon Redbone, Tom Waits, The Robert Cray Band, Chuck Mangione, Freddy Hubbard, The Outlaws, Dr. John, Captain Beefheart, Commander Cody, and the cast of Northern Exposure. He was hired to entertain the press at the world premiers of "The Four Seasons," performing backstage for Alan Alda, and at "The Stuntman", performing for Steve Railsback and Barbara Hershey. Magic Mike met The Dalai Lama of Tibet eight times at teachings on mind given in Seattle, Vancouver, Madison, Pasadena, Santa Monica, and San Jose.
To contact Magic Mike about any event or question. Call: 1-206-632-7152 Seattle Pacific Time
Seattle 98133, WA. 98133
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