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Blake Vogt on Two Magicians One Mic Podcast

Blake Vogt is one of the top illusionists performing and creating magic today. At only 26 years old, he has already created magic for David Copperfield, David Blaine, Dynamo, and many other top magicians all over the world. Blake has performed his unique brand of magic all over the world for crowds ranging from 20 people to 2,000 people. His style of magic is fun and goofy and he always tries to make you smile whether its with a funny “trick” or a miracle. Blake currently resides in Los Angeles, CA and is staying busy creatively consulting for live theatre, musicians, television, and feature films. He is also regularly performing his brand of off the wall magic for private events and functions all over the world. Audio Clip Credit: The Late Show with Steven Colbert Feb 24 2016

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Rob Zabrecky on Two Magicians One Mic Podcast

From Wikipedia: Rob Zabrecky is an Americansongwriteractor and magician. His career began as a musician while being the front man for the band Possum Dixon. He later found success as a magician and actor.

After his music career ended Zabrecky has worked throughout the United States and Japan as a magician.[11][12] In magic, he is best known for an aberrant magician character in which he combines irreverent dark humormentalism, and the artful use of elongated pauses during performances.[13] Since 2002 he has been a regular performer at the Magic Castle. In 2003 he formed the off-beat magic trio, The Unholy Threein the basement of that establishment by presenting a provocative Dada-esque combination of wizardry and off-beat humor.[14] In 2011 and 2012 he was voted “Stage Magician of the Year” by the Academy of Magical Arts.[15][15] In 2014 he was voted “Parlour Magician of the Year” by the Academy of Magical Arts.[16]

He has also been the featured magician at annual magic conventions worldwide and appeared on the cover of magic-related journals and periodicals including Genii and the Mandala.[17][18]

Was host of Who’s Hoo, an on-line interview talk show for members of the Academy Arts at the Magic Castle, which he co-created with his wife, Tommi Zabrecky. Since airing in 2008, Zabrecky interviewed over 85 Magic Castle luminaries and performing members including co-founder Milt Larsen.

In 2011, Magic Magazine described him as, “A unique persona, highly reminiscent of Norman Bates, with a bit of Rod Serling in the mix — a psycho from the Twilight Zone, doing magic.”[13]

Night of Zabrecky, a one-man variety show, directed by John Lovick, was premiered and developed at the Steve Allen Theater from 2010 – 2012.[19] The show featured highlights from his Magic Castle act, song & dance, conversations with the moon, and audience interaction.[20]“These new shows, at the Steve Allen Theater, allow Zabrecky to combine his many talents — acting, music, magic and dance — into one highly entertaining bundle with a distinct point of view.” (L.A. Times)[21]

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Joel Ward on Two Magicians One Mic Podcast

Joel Ward is an award-winning corporate magician for colleges, corporate events, and private parties. Joel currently performs hundreds of shows a year. In 2007, he performed over 500 shows during a year contract at the Horizon Casino & Resort in South Lake Tahoe. In 2009 Joel performed on NBC’s “The Bonnie Hunt Show,” and was part of the series called, “Masters of Illusion,” on My Network TV. That same year Joel headlined the Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Circus show, “Boom A Ring,” which toured the East Coast and Puerto Rico.

In January of 2011 Joel made his first appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and on Comedy Central’s Tosh.0. Joel Ward currently lives in Los Angeles, California and performs for national television broadcasts, corporate clients, casinos, cruise ships, and others.

Frank Fogg

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Texas magician Frank Fogg has been published in both “Magic” and “Genii” Magazine. He discusses his creative process, performing for drunk College kids, and the importance of building your character on stage. After Mark and Nick discuss an encounter with the guy who sewed David Blaine for “stealing his godly powers”.

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Jon Armstrong


Mark and Nick sit down with “Close Up Magician of the Year 2007” Jon Armstrong. Jon talks about his process, how often he tries out new bits, his time at The Magic Castle, and challenges one can put on themselves to become better performers.

After Mark and Nick discuss why it’s not a good idea to do spong balls on a cruise ship stage, and how paying for Theater School seems like a good idea at the time.

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