Mingling at a corporate event
Hear your guests scream, gasp, and applaud all throughout your party as magic happens right in front of them. People who have just met now have a common experience and one they will never forget. Close-up sleight of hand, pick-pocketing, and tricks of the mind are Matthew's specialty and there is nothing like seeing these feats from inches away. Strolling magic is a popular choice as it works for any size room and for any number of people.
Performing at the Museum of Modern Art
Formal Closeup Show
The absolute best way to experience magic is as a captive audience in an intimate setting. Matthew offers a show perfect for any private suite, back room, or chilly basement for audiences as small as one or as big as forty. Perfect for after dinner, your guests will gather around a table to have an intense encounter with the impossible.
Stage Show for 200 people - Cutting Room, NYC
Matthew's stage show is a thrilling and mysterious performance presenting the classics of magic to any size audience. A showcase of fine-tuned audience manipulation, the show ends with a powerful display of mind-reading. Matthew exposes how any display of ESP or the paranormal is often achieved by the same means as the common card-trick.
Hosting corporate event, NYC
An experienced host for your evening is as important as the catering, music, and other entertainment. Matthew has years of stage time introducing speakers, giving presentations, hosting auctions, and keeping the show rolling with his charming wit and magic.
Performing for at the Supply Side West Tradeshow in Las Vegas, NV
Stopping traffic at your booth is critical at a trade show and magic is the best way to leave a memorable experience in the minds of your customers and new leads. Matthew can communicate your message in an ongoing show or shows on the hour, and all custom to your brand.
Matthew Holtzclaw and Prakash Puru offer a selection of classic magic and "mind-reading" that you and your guests will never forget. Perfect for any event, this formal show only needs a table, two chairs, and a place for the audience to comfortably sit or stand. Read the review of Strange Things from BurlesqueBeat.com.