Showing posts with label Rob Zabrecky. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rob Zabrecky. Show all posts

02 June 2020

Carisa Hendrix and Billy Kidd in a magical "drop the brush"

From Rhys Morgan:
A little fun from some friends of ours, a take on Drop the Brush. We give you Drop the Deck :D

Featuring me, @WestMagic, @RealMaxMaven, @Billykiddshow, @CarisaHendrix, @bretmwxyz, @rudycoby, @Carogmatic, @TheArchini, @IamSPELMANN, @RobZabrecky, @toddvarious, and @MacKingShow .

15 June 2018

The 3 of Clubs 2018

From the Fraser Valley Magic Circle:
The 3 of Clubs returns for another spectacular weekend of magic!

This year will be co-hosted by the Northwest Ring of Fire (I.B.M. Ring #339) and The Fraser Valley Magic Circle (I.B.M. Ring #387)

When: Oct 19-21, 2018
Where: Seattle
  • Rob Zabrecky
  • Carisa Hendrix
  • Christopher T. Magician
  • Mike Pisciotta
  • Jonathan Friedman
WOW! 5 lectures – 2 shows – 2 competitions – tons of prizes and so much more!

Read more and register.

From Mike Norden's Facebook page:

19 November 2016

Festival de Magie de Québec 2017

With thanks to Jean-Luc for sending this information along.  From Jean-Luc Rivard:
Great names coming at the Festival de Magie de Québec  MAY 4 - 5 - 6 - 7  2017 .



- Luc Langevin (CANADA )
- Hector Mancha ( FISM  World Champion 2015 - Spain )
- Rob Zabrecky  ( USA)
- Boris Wild ( France )
- Nicolas Dutel  ( CANADA )
- MysterAct ( CANADA )

ALSO  at the Festival :

-  Jean-Pierre Du Sault
-  Fredo - Magislain
-  Billy et Manu
-  Jean Deshaies
-  Marc Chabot
-  Énigma & Méphisto -
-  Bob Arseneau
-  Marc Trudel
-  Stéphan Therien
-  Simon Bernard .

And more to come !!!!

13 June 2014

Luminato round-up

From The Star:
At a magic show, audiences wonder if they can trust their eyes. But are the conjurers themselves believable? As part of the Luminato Festival, we ask some magicians if they can be trusted.

Read more.

From The Globe and Mail:
Sitting at a table covered with a red felt cloth in his Toronto studio, magic producer David Ben demonstrates how a magician shuffles cards.

To the spectator sitting across from him, it looks innocuous enough, but lean up beside him and he’ll show you that he can see the face of every card as he fans through the pack with his fingers. Oh, there’s a queen. He stops and cuts the deck, placing the queen on the bottom.

Read more.

David Ben on CP 24.

Magicana blog posts in reverse chronological order:

02 June 2014

Take On Me with Rob Zabrecky

From Magicana:
Magicana is pleased to announce that one of our guest artists, Rob Zabrecky – the opening act for Card Table Artifice – will be a participant in Luminato’s Take On Me visual arts programme.

Take on Me is a partnership between the Luminato Festival and PATTISON Onestop as part of their ongoing Art in Transit program. Artists from outside Toronto (such as Rob Zabrecky from Los Angeles) are asked to create short videos that represent their work. In turn, artists from Toronto are asked to create a “response”. The video dialogues will be presented on platform screen across the TTC subway station platform screens before and during the Luminato Festival.

And when Rob Zabrecky is involved, you can be sure it will  be something worth watching!

Read more.

27 April 2014

Toronto: Transgressive Magic at Luminato 2014

From Magicana:
Transgressive Magic: Magic that violates a law, command or moral code. Card Table Artifice and Bullet Catch do just that.

Card Table Artifice – puts the con into concert, combining techniques employed by professional card cheats with a sumptuous musical score. It is a window into the world of advantage players, and the machinations they employ when they place their livelihood, and sometimes their life, into their own hands.

Bullet Catch blurs the lines between conventional plays and magic shows, addressing an act that violates both civil and moral codes – the asking of a member of the audience to point a gun and pull the trigger that sends a bullet towards a performer quite confident he can defy death, all under the guise of entertainment.

Both productions challenge form and function, and place magic and the audience outside the traditionalist’s comfort zone of top hats, bunny rabbits and family-friendly fare.

Read more and buy tickets.

Card Table Artifice and Rob Zabrecky’s  TURN ON THE DARK!
WORLD PREMIERE: June 13 and June 14

Bullet Catch
CANADIAN PREMIERE: June 14 and June 15