Magic in Columbia South Carolina

Where local magicians eat, meet, and greet.

Postby Guest » 05/24/05 08:36 PM

Open to any magicians passing through the area, the local IBM ring (105) holds there meetings the first Thursday of every month, you can contact me or john@tudormagic.com. The SAM assembly of which i'm the current VP holds our meetings on the third Saturday of every month at Madhatter Magic located in irmo sc. Stop on by we've always have something going on.
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Postby Guest » 05/28/05 08:38 PM

Careful who you invite. I might show up! SCAM is certainly a good one there. Lucy and I have enjoyed it.

Please put me on the email list.

Bob@MagicBySander.com

With two shots at it a month it's bound to workout sometime. Thank you for the information.

Bob Sanders
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Postby Guest » 12/01/05 01:53 PM

I'm looking for SCAM 2006 info on Genii.

Where did you hide it? I'm sure it's good stuff!

Bob Sanders
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Postby John Tudor » 12/01/05 08:51 PM

We thought you'd never ask...

MAGIC WEEKEND IN COLUMBIA, SC - The S.C. Association of Magicians (S.C.A.M.) announces Magic Weekend, January 13-15, 2006. Events include:

South Carolina Association of Magicians Convention, at the Columbia Marriott Hotel, (11th Annual ) January 13-14, 2006 (Jan. 12. Tony Griffith Master Class)
Featuring Jade Joshua Jay Gazzo Tony Griffith Daniel Garcia Julian Franklin Jason Michaels Fettucini Brothers Joe Jesse Michael Genevie Youth Programs Master Classes Dealers Midnight Madness Video Magic Theater Technique. Columbia Marriott Hotel (800) 880-1885

Public events:

John Tudors Magic Theater show/documentary, SC State Museum, Friday, January 13 thru Sunday Jan 15. Based on the SC ETV special, it features six of the finest magicians from S.C.

Close Up and Storytelling Magic, EdVenture Childrens Museum, Saturday, January 14. Featuring local favorite Sarah Straney, and the finest young magicians in our area.

International Magic Gala Show, Koger Center for the Arts, Saturday, January 14, 8 PM; starring world renown magicienne "Jade", illusionist Jason Michaels, British magicians Tony Griffith, and Gazzo; jugglers The Fettucini Brothers, sleight of hand magic in the lobby, and more to be announced. (to benefit Palmetto Health Childrens Hospital).

Magic Day at Edventure Children's Museum, Sunday, January 15, 1-5 PM, featuring magic shows by nationally known kidshow artist Julian Franklin and more, and workshops in basic magic and balloon sculpting (ages 6 and up).

For tickets, show times, and other information, check our web site at www.scamcon.org, or call 803-561-9849.
"Ars longa, vita brevis." (Life is short, the art so long to learn) -Hippocrates

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Postby Guest » 12/02/05 07:05 PM

Thank you, John,

Yep! There're going to do it again! Another great one is in the making. (And so many good places to eat too!)

Lucy and I will mark our calendars for another good time in Columbia.

Bob and Lucy Sanders
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Postby Chaz Misenheimer » 12/05/05 10:56 AM

S.C.A.M looks like its going to be a good one.
John, what are the hours for the SC State Museum? I would like to catch the documentary of John Tudor's
Magic Theater.
All the best!
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Postby John Tudor » 12/05/05 08:53 PM

Hi, Chaz!

The Magic Theater documentary you asked about (http://www.tudormagic.com/mag_thea_tv.htm) will be shown at the SCAM convention weekend at the following times:

Friday, Jan.13., (after the Cabaret show, 10 pm?) as part of the full convention schedule Columbia Downtown Marriott (http://www.marriottcolumbia.com/).

Also showing at the SC State Museum (http://www.museum.state.sc.us/main/generalinfo.html):
Friday, January 13, 7:30 pm, Saturday January 14 at 11 am and 1 pm, and Sunday Jan 15 at 1:30 pm.
($5.00 adults, $3.00 children/srs.)

And, public shows at EdVenture Children's Museum, (http://www.edventure.org/home.asp, which is on the same site as the State Museum):
Saturday, Jan. 14 Magic shows & storytelling featuring local & young magicans
Sunday, Jan 15. Shows by kidshow expert Julian Franklin

Both days featuring shows by, Sarah Straney, Matt McCoy, Brandon Wagster, Bob Watkins, and myself, with more to be announced. (we're planning on free admission for conventioneers).

Showtimes, etc. will be announced as things develop, as well as master classes, video magic, youth programs, theater technique, etc.

Just keep checking our website! Be there or we'll talk about you...

John Tudor

P.S. Our Saturday Night International Gala Show will be at the Koger Center for the Arts. (http://koger.sc.edu/) Starring Jade, Tony Griffith, Gazzo, Jason Michaels, Jugglers The Fettucini Brothers, and emcee Hiawatha Johnson.
Lobby entertainment by Cowboy Bob Watkins, Christian Tillisen, Ralph Sommers, and more to be annouced.
A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit Palmetto Health Children's Hospital (http://www.palmettohealth.org/facilities/childrens/).
"Ars longa, vita brevis." (Life is short, the art so long to learn) -Hippocrates

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