Massachusetts Programs & Performers Directory : Program Description

MAGIC: IMPOSSIBLE

Program Category: * Magic * Clowns and Jugglers * Costumes
Audience:3-13
Description:This fun program will transform children of all ages into the secret world of the Secret Agent. Inspector Magic will provide magical comedy that might be seen on “Get Smart,” “the Pink Panther,” and “Inspector Gadget.” Everyone in the audience will be involved as Sleuths and Spies to help solve the mystery of Secret Agent double “O” Bunny. WARNING: audience members will self-destruct in fits of laughter after the first 15 seconds!
Fee:$350.
Group Size:up to 450
Program Length:45 minutes
Last Modified:02/10/2005
Comments:“It has been our pleasure at the Pikes Peak Library District to have Mark Weidhaas, Inspector Magic provide many performances including: Summer Reading Programs, the Kennedy Center Imagination Celebration events and special programs such as Dr. Seuss. Mark is highly professional and totally engages the children while weaving entertainment and educational elements. In our programs, he deals seamlessly with a broad spectrum of ages. In almost every program for us he includes a reading connection and other educational ties when appropriate. I highly recommend him to schools and libraries."
Vicki Fox, Children’s Services Manager, Pikes Peak Library District, January 26, 2005

Recent Library/School Appearances by Inspector Magic:

Penrose Public Library Colorado Springs, CO 719-531-5333
East Public Library Colorado Springs, CO 719-531-6333
Old Colorado Ciy Branch Colorado Springs, CO (719) 634-1698

Performer’s Contact Information:

Inspector Magic

Mark Weidhaas
4830 Artistic Cir
Colorado Springs, CO 80917
Phone: 877-85magic
Email: info@inspectormagic.com
Web Site: http://inspectormagic.com
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