Many years ago, I had some cases built for some of those "illusion thingies" (e.g. a Shadowbox, 4'X 4'X 2')by a company known as "Encore cases". They were less expensive than an Anvil case, and held up very well under light-to-medium usage.
Given your deadline, however, and the fact that you're not (yet) transporting illusions, it would be possible to purchase something commercially available, like luggage, if your props aren't too large, or delicate, or oddly shaped.
Obviously, really large and heavy stuff that you aren't using every night can be shipped ahead.
Sometimes it's cheaper to duplicate the props, so that you can do that, instead of paying for premium transport for your one essential item (of which you really should have two, anyway)
Also, what conceiveable magic prop can't you get in L.A.? It might be easier to rent, or buy there, then send it back to yourself for use as backup.
What is a "big-ass" stage show without illusions? You doin' Blackstone's "Spouting fountains" or Pavel's "Walking knot" held by two Bengal tigers?