Showing posts with label Trevor Watters and Lorena. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Trevor Watters and Lorena. Show all posts

03 January 2016

Rounding the Western rings in January 2016

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

Calgary, ABRing 66 (Calgary Magic Circle, Les Brocklesby Ring)- Junior club meeting
Edmonton, ABEdmonton Magic Club- TBA
Winnipeg, MBThe Magic Club of Winnipeg- TBA
Fraser Valley, BCIBM Ring 387 (Fraser Valley Magic Circle, Celeste Evans Ring)-Third Monday Magic
Vancouver, BCRing 92 (Vancouver Magic Circle)- TBA
Vancouver, BCSAM 95  (Carl Hemeon Assembly)- N/A
Victoria, BCRing 183 (Victoria Magic Circle)  - Annual dinner featuring Trevor and Lorena Watters

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

28 December 2015

Vancouver: Magic Dinner Show Live 2016

From Event Brite:
Fri, 22 Jan 2016

Your MC is the Award Winning Jeff Christensen. Featuring the North American FISM Champions of Stage Magic Trevor & Lorena Watters and their Comedy Magic Variety Act - Steve The Pretty Good! Pre-dinner Close-Up Magic by the Society of American Magicians #95! Fabulous 9 course Delicious Chinese Banquet Dinner!

Read more and buy tickets.

16 December 2015

Trevor and Lorena Watters in "The Magic Variety Show"

From Trevor and Lorena - Comedy Magic Show Facebook page:
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Happy to announce the 2016 Magic Variety Tour Dates! We are excited to welcome back STEVE "The Pretty Good". More to come soon.... Stay Tuned!
Posted by Trevor & Lorena - Comedy Magic Show on Sunday, 1 November 2015

17 November 2015

Chilliwack: Stars of Magic - PCAM 2015 Gala Show

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Hey everyone! Gord and I are producing this awesome magic show in Chilliwack on Nov 21st. Tickets are just $15 and we...
Posted by Mike Norden on Wednesday, 4 November 2015

From PCAM 2015:
Stars of Magic - PCAM 2015 Gala ShowThe Pacific Coast Association of Magic (PCAM) is pleased to announce that the 'Stars of Magic' are back once again for the PCAM Gala Magic Show on Saturday November 21st at 8pm!


Michael Dardant - MC
Cody Fisher
Bill Abbott
Trevor and Lorena
Wes Barker

This event has always sold out in the past and we encourage you to buy your tickets in advance as we might not have them at the door. Every registrant to the PCAM Convention gets a ticket - which means that 120 seats are already sold. We have 50 more public tickets to be sold at the $15 price.

Please pass the word along - and bring your family and friends to this public show if you are attending the convention (you still need to buy them a ticket though! :)

Check out our website at or the Facebook page at

We look forward to seeing you at the event at the Chilliwack Coast Hotel!

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24 February 2015

Thirty seconds with Lorena and Trevor Watters

This is the sixth in a series of "Thirty seconds with ..." interviews, so called because I approached the interviewees at Sorcerers Safari Magic and Performance Arts Camp last summer with the idea that I would interview them for 30 seconds. It didn't always work that way.

Lorena and Trevor Watters are professional magicians from North Delta, BC.  They both love the beautiful scenery and friendliness of Canada.  They first heard about Sorcerers Safari Magic Camp when Magic Mike Segal and his wife Jen approached them at the World Magic Seminar.  This was  Lorena and Trevor's third year as camp instructors.

They're both big fans of the original Star Wars trilogy..

- Lorena's most embarrassing magic moment was at the West Coast Fair when wind blew her skirt up!  (Apparently they had a much bigger audience the next day!
- Trevor's pre-show routine involves him doing push ups against a wall for 10 seconds to help him relax and psych himself up.
The Watters, like so many of the adults who pass through camp, wish that something like this was available to them when they were growing up.  When they think of camp they think of amazingly talented kids, fun times and unforgettable memories.  To them it's the perfect place to learn "magical performance arts."  They've loved camp since the first day and look forward to it yearly.  Lorena sums up one of their favourite things about magic camp, "It's awesome to watch how much kids grow (both physically and magically) in a year."

Trevor's first memory of magic goes back to the age of 12.  He remembers his dad coming home from Las Vegas with some magic tricks.  That's when Trevor fell in love with the craft.  As for Lorena, her first solid memory of magic was in the very early days of dating Trevor.  Trevor asked her if she'd like to come back to his place to see an illusion.  Lorena added, "He asked if I could fit into a box on the floor.  Then he said he was going to put 12 swords into it. The rest is history."

Lorena wishes that more people would think of magic as an art form.  Trevor agrees and would like people to respect magicians as much as they respect actors, or lawyers.  Both of them have the same advice for the young magicians out there:  Practise makes perfect.  Don't be afraid to fail; some of their best material comes from epic fails.

We wish them all the best as they represent Canada in the FISM World Championship held in Italy this July!

Visit their website at .

From the Fireside Productions Facebook page:

Previously published "Thirty seconds with ..." interviews:

From the Sorcerers Safari Twitter feed:

05 February 2015

Canadian faces in MAGIC Magazine

From The Evason's Facebook page:

20 September 2014

Linking Ring (v94, 8) round-up

For those of you who haven't flipped through the August Linking Ring, here's some of the Canadiana inside this issue:

  • Page 19, "The President's Page," by Shawn Farquhar
  • Page 21, "Board of Trustees Nominations, 2015-2016," lists Alex Seaman
  • Page 24, "Kickoff Show With the Stars of FFFF," with photos of Shawn
  • Page 28, "Stage Contest Finals," with photos of Trevor and Lorena Watters and
  • Page 30, "The Close-Up Finals," with a photo of Shin Lim

19 September 2014

Dave Attwood interviews Trevor & Lorena Watters

If you listen carefully, you can hear them mention Sorcerers Safari and Clive Court.

From Attwood Magic Episode 69, 2014-09-13, about 16 minutes in:
This week we were so fortunate to have this year's recipients of FISM North American Champions Of Stage Magic, Trevor and Lorena Watters call into the studio to talk about their experience in the competition and them getting ready for next year's trip to Italy to showcase for July 15th FISM.

From the Dave Attwood Show Twitter feed:

08 August 2014

Trevor and Lorena in the Vancouver Sun

From the Vancouver Sun:
Powerful magic can be found in the unlikeliest of places. Trevor and Lorena Watters, a couple from North Delta, were crowned North American Champions of Stage Magic earlier this month, winning them entry to the 2015 World Championships of Magic in Rimini, Italy. The Sun reached the pair between illusions to discover how magic brought them together and what tricks they’re conjuring up for next year’s contest.

Q: What drew you both to magic?

Read more.

17 July 2014

Trevor and Lorena Watters on Global News

Watch Trevor and Lorena Watters on Global News:

09 July 2014

Canadians at the World Championships of Magic

Updated July 10 to add this article from The Now Newspaper:
NORTH DELTA — A North Delta couple was crowned “North American Champions of Stage Magic” after traveling to St. Louis last week for the International Brotherhood of Magicians, Society of American Magicians and North American F.I.S.M. Championships Combined Convention.

Trevor and Lorena Watters met while studying at Douglas College, and now the couple, who reside in North Delta, perform comedy magic routines together, competing at an international level.  
Read more.

Congratulations to Shin Lim and Lorena & Trevor Watters on their successes at the IBM/SAM competitions!  Wishing you all the best at the FISM World Championships next July.  (Visit the IBM website to read the full list of contest winners.)

Trevor Watters has a magic touch with women.

On one of his first dates with an 18-year-old named Lorena, Watters invited her back to his parents’ house in Delta.

Some men might have chatted a bit before quickly moving to hanky-panky. Not Watters.
He had placed a large illusionist’s box in the living room. He invited Lorena to climb into it so he could stick 12 swords into her.

Read more.

From the Edmonton Journal and CTV News:
Three Canadians from the Vancouver-area will represent North America at the World Championships of Magic in Italy next summer.

Trevor and Lorena Watters, a North Delta couple, beat six other finalists to win the North American Stage Magic Championship in St. Louis this weekend.

Vancouver-born Shin Lim will represent North America under the category of magic acts performed to a small audience without a stage.

Read more.

04 July 2014

Breaking news from IBM/SAM

Updated July 5th to add the official announcement from Trevor and congratulations from the Vanishing Rabbit and Clive Court:

From Murray Hatfield's Twitter feed:

Congratulations  Lorena and Trevor!!!

IBM/SAM Competition Finals update

Thanks for the update Jen!  Way to go Lorena and Trevor!

From Jen Segal's Facebook page:

03 April 2014

Trevor and Lorena: Thursdays Live

From Brown Paper Tickets:
Thursdays Live always features Seattle's premier entertainers up close and personal, so on April 17th join us for an evening of laughter and mind-bending magic with Brian Cook Chris Bange and Canada's own Trevor and Lorena Watters.  You will not only be close enough to experience every detail, but you may even be asked to help make the magic happen, so get ready to participate in the fun. You will experience the wonder of new possible realities first had and have a great story to tell your family, friends and co-workers the next day.

Read more and buy tickets.

31 January 2014

Dave Attwood interviews Trevor and Lorena Watters

On January 22nd, Dave Attwood interviewed Trevor and Lorena Watters about their life in magic and a drunken night spent with a tower of food.

Listen to the interview at Dave Attwood's site.

02 December 2013

Rounding the Western rings in December

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

Calgary, ABRing 66 (Calgary Magic Circle, Les Brocklesby Ring)- n/a
Edmonton, ABEdmonton Magic Club- n/a
Winnipeg, MBThe Magic Club of Winnipeg- n/a
Fraser Valley, BCIBM Ring 387 (Fraser Valley Magic Circle)- Third Monday Magic
Vancouver, BCRing 92 (Vancouver Magic Circle)- n/a
Vancouver, BCSAM 95  (Carl Hemeon Assembly)- Dave/Trevor Watters    
Victoria, BCRing 183 (Victoria Magic Circle)   - Strolling/Close up

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

20 October 2013

2014 Magic Variety Show

From Trevor and Lorena's Facebook page:
The 2014 Magic Variety Show Poster has been released!..... Looking forward to entertaining the crowds this winter. — with Trevor & Lorena Watters and Steve Hamilton.

Read more.

The tour includes shows in BC (Nelson, Trail), SK (Regina, Weyburn, Yorkton, Moose Jaw, Swift Current) and AB (Grand Prarie).

10 August 2013

Gwyn Auger inteviews Lorena Watters

 Gwyn Auger interviews Lorena Watters in the 9th edition (Aug / Sept 2013) of Vanish International Magic Magazine.  The article starts at page 172. 

From Vanish Magizane:
What got you started in magic?

Well I always knew i was going to do some sort of entertainment. My parents enrolled me in dance classes at a young age and i was in all the plays and musicals in school. But Trevor got me started in Magic! We went to the same college, I was in the Theatre program and he was in the Stage craft program. During productions and rehearsals, our classes would work together a lot. Trevor and I started talking and hanging out more, then one day he asked if I could fit into a box and stick 12 swords in it and the rest is history!

Read more.