The links at the bottom are not active yet. PCAM has this rule about not lisiting acts for the first phase of registration. It has worked well for them for the past decade or so but it does confuse folks who haven't attended before.
First phase ends at the start of February, at which time I will announce a few of the names I have currently contracted.
The schedule of events will come out about the same time. It will be a balanced schedule allowing folks to see the ports, take in a few of the ships activities, see, do and learn a whole lot of magic and eat all the food they can hold.
I can tell you the acts I have and will book are performers who can do a full hour production of orignal material. I want this year to be a little different. Instead of just seeing their best ten minutes I want my registrants to see thier body of work. The real stuff they do to make a living, not just for magicians. Following each performers show will be a question and answer period where you wil have the chance to ask the important stuff. Following that they will do their lecture and have an opportunity to sell their products. I don't believe this format has ever been done before.
The cruise itself is being sold to the general public and is selling out rather quick. I know I have over 100 registered so far, which was more than I had anticipated, but space is running out since the cabins are so cheap.
Hope this answered your questions ...
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