november, 2020

27novAll DayThe Amazing Max - Virtual PerformanceVirtual Event

Event Details

The Jasper Arts Center presents two virtual performances from The Amazing Max.

In the new COVID world, The Amazing Max has stepped onto the virtual stage. Since mid-March, Max has led over 900 virtual magic experiences, using Zoom/FaceTime to connect with families. Max’s patrons live all over the U.S. and all over the world including Canada, Mexico, Finland, Kuwait, Hong Kong, New Zealand, and Australia.

Unable to perform in-person, and with many families having to alter their plans for the Thanksgiving holiday, Max has partnered with Jasper Community Arts to perform perhaps his most incredible feat ever: Getting kids truly excited about performing magic themselves and – in the process – showing them how to believe in themselves. During the month of November, Max will be working with local non-profits to bring some magic into their day.

Event Details

Max will bring his virtual, magic experience to the public through two free performances.

Max will bring his magic and jokes, plus teach kids magic tricks using objects available right in their home. Magic experience not required! All kids will need is 1 pencil, 2 quarters, 2 nickels, 2 pennies, and a deck of cards.

The performances, presented by Jasper Community Arts, are free to the public and will be held via Zoom on Friday, November 27, at 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM. Recommended for ages 6 & up. For younger kids who would like to participate, an adult presence is recommended to help them with the tricks.

Space is limited so prior registration is required. Those interested can reserve their ‘seats’ at jasperarts.corsizio.com. Participants will receive a zoom link prior to the start of the event.

Watch a video clip here.

About The Amazing Max

When Max Darwin was a baby he was thrust onto the stage by his street-performer parents. His solo show, The Amazing Max, has played Off Broadway, toured all over the world, and received rave reviews from The New York Times, Huffington Post, and PBS Kids.

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