Showing posts with label Dan Trommater. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dan Trommater. Show all posts

03 April 2018

Rounding the Central rings in April 2018

Did you know that Dan Trommater is performing close-up at the Magic Castle until April the 8th?

Confirm details about dates and locations by visiting each club's website.

Montreal, QCRing 62 (20th Century Ring)- TBA.
Hamilton, ONRing 49 (The Doug Henning Magic Wand Club)- Visit from the Brantford Fun Troop.
London, ONRing 265 (London Magician's Guild)- Video night.
Kitchener, ONRing 235 (The Caesar Hat & Wand Magic Circle)- Annual Magic Prop Auction.
Ottawa, ONRing 151 (Ottawa Society of Magicians)- TBA.
Ottawa, ONOttawa / Gatineau magicians- TBA
Toronto, ONRing 17 (Sid Lorraine Hat and Rabbit Club)-  Members teaching members.

Please leave a comment or e-mail me about corrections or omissions.

02 April 2018

Toronto: Magic Night at The Lockhart

From Carpe Diem:
Time for Charms class! James Alan and Dan Trommater are back this month and who knows what they've got up their sleeves!?

Join us the 1st an 3rd Tuesday of every month for table to table magic. Starts at 7PM and end at 9PM — No cover as always!

Read more.

From James Alan's Facebook page:

10 February 2014

Toronto: Dan Trommater's Intimate Illusions

From Eventbrite:
Friday the 14th and Saturday the 15th

Fresh from his appearance at the World Famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, magician Dan Trommater presents this exceptional performance on Valentine's Day weekend.

This will be an intimate evening of magic and mystery.  With only 40 tickets per show, you'll be close enough to see every moment.

Blending stunning magic, comedy and respectful audience interaction, Dan will create an experience perfect for Valentine's Day weekend.

Read more and buy tickets.

05 October 2013

Toronto: Shift Your Perspective with Dan Trommater

From Facebook:
Saturday, October 5th 
Kick-off your Nuit Blanche right, with a magic show!

Catch magician Dan Trommater in this rare public performance before he heads to LA to perform at The World Famous Hollywood Magic Castle.

This will be an intimate evening of magic and mystery. With only 45 available tickets, you'll be close enough to see every moment. Close enough to swear that you should be able to see how the tricks work - but don't be disappointed if you leave baffled.

Read more and buy tickets.

01 March 2012

Dan Trommater: Quantum Pie

From Quantum Pie:
Quantum physicist Krister Shalm and magician Dan Trommater team up to show how similar the worlds of Harry Potter and quantum physics really are. From invisibility cloaks to powerful computers Krister and Dan introduce some of the revolutionary future quantum technologies being developed; technologies that will bring us closer to some of the magic of Harry Potter.
Read more.
Watch the video of the educational event filmed in Waterloo, Ontario, on July 14 and 15, 2011.

06 August 2011

Dan Trommater: profiled by Leah Morrigan

First it was James Alan.  Now it's Dan Trommater being deconstructed by image consultant Leah Morrigan at her blog In the Key of He.

From her post, "Follow the magic leader":
Dan punctuates presentations with magic to lead the audience in the shared experience of wonder and gives them a glimpse into their child-like selves. His tricks challenge assumptions of his audience and they are able to experience reality in a new way, and this is really cool. I say that because I do the same thing with image work.

Read more.

30 May 2011

Toronto: L.A.S.T Fundraiser – A Gala of Comedy and Magic

From the Abracadabaret website:
Friday, June 24 and Saturday June 25, 2011 at 8pm
Alumnae Theatre, 70 Berkeley St., Toronto
Price: $20.00 Adults / $15.00 Child
Starring:James Alan, Jeff Hinchliffe, Nicholas Reynoldson and Chris Westfall
Headliners:Mike D’Urzo (Friday)
Dan Trommater (Saturday)
Hosted by: Shawnathan
Presented by Lost At Sea Theatre

To purchase tickets or learn more about this event, visit the Abracadabaret website.

03 January 2011

The world of magic: Looking for a new rabbit

That's the headline of this Toronto Star article which quotes Jay Sankey, Dan Trommater, Shawn Farquhar, David Acer and Murray Hatfield discussing the decline and relevance of contemporary magic.

What do you think?  Is Jay the only one who thinks that magic as we know it is doomed?

[h/t: Shawn Farquhar]