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Nathan Coe Marsh Lecture

April 2 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Nathan Coe Marsh comes to us from Orlando, Florida. Over the course of a career that has included television, corporate events, cruise ships, casinos, trade shows, and comedy clubs; he has performed in 13 countries, on Penn & Teller Fool Us, and is a regular headliner at House of Cards in Nashville, Tennessee.

He has provided headline entertainment for clients including GE, Microsoft, Siemens, Jockey, and has entertained in venues as diverse as the private yacht of Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shah Khan, to the Top of the World club in Thule, Greenland, to the iconic Magic Castle in Hollywood, to performances in French Polynesia, the Mexican Riviera, the Caribbean, and South America. His corporate event performances led Event Solutions Magazine to name him a finalist for “Entertainer of the Year,” while in the pages of MAGIC Magazine Joanie Spina described his work as “a breath of fresh air.” In addition to performing full time, he is a review columnist for Genii Magazine.

The first half of the lecture focuses on strong stand up magic that 1. Nathan has used professionally, 2. Packs small and plays big, and 3. Does not require on-stage volunteers (there’s nothing wrong with audience interaction — a major feature of Nathan’s full show — but Nathan talks about why he has made a conscious effort to cultivate this kind of material).

The second half will feature Close-Up Magic at it’s best.

Details

Date:
April 2
Time:
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Event Category:
Special Events

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Tampa, FL 33618
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