Common Questions

Answers to some common questions are below. Conntact us if you have any other questions.

  1. How did you do that?
  2. How far do you travel?
  3. What facilities are needed for a performance? Do you need a “real” stage? 
  4. How much will a performance cost?

How did you do that?

Magicians don’t generally share their secrets, but I’ll make an exception in this case.

Brad’s feats are accomplished through psychology, misdirection, physics, chemistry, and a whole lot of practice.

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How far do you travel?

Brad has programs specifically designed to be transported as airline baggage, so he can go anywhere.  He has literally performed from coast to coast (and beyond).

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What facilities are required for a performance? Do you need a “real” stage?

The programs typically have only two basic requirements to help make your event a success.

  1. People must be able to see.There must be sufficient lighting. A raised platform is extremely helpful. It can be difficult for people at extreme viewing angles to see clearly, so it works best when the audience is viewing only from the front.
  2. People must be able to hear. Typically, this means a sound system is required. A hands-free lapel or headset microphone is ideal, but a mike on a stand is sufficient.  If the program uses music, Brad will supply the player and the patch cords required to hook it up to most any sound system.  You don’t even have to cue the music. Brad uses a remote to control the music from stage.

That’s it.  If even providing that much is a problem, talk to us.  Brad has a lot of experience in finding creative ways to work in less-than-ideal situations.

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How much will a performance cost?

The cost depends on a number of factors, including the type and number of programs and the distance to the event. Contact us with the details of your event to find out specifics.

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