Denny & Lee Magic Studio Launches Magic Starts, a Beginning Magic Class June 6
May 21, 2009 by VegasNews.com
Denny & Lee Magic Studio, long associated with quality magic in Las Vegas, is about to share the secrets known to only a select few individuals. Magic Starts is an eight-week course to teach the basic skills of sleight of hand with cards, coins and other magical props.
The class, limited to 12 students, will meet once a week for 60 to 90 minutes and offers detailed instruction to teach the closely guarded secrets of magic. The course will include guest speakers and interaction with working professional magicians and illusionists, culminating in a one-night performance for friends and family where students will show off their newly acquired skills.
In addition to learning something fun to amaze people, magic builds confidence. This course will reinforce public speaking and give students a start in the performing arts.
Magic Starts instructors are all working professionals and are available for demonstrations and promotional appearances.
WHAT: Magic Starts, a magic instruction class for beginners, ages 12 and up. Younger children require special permission.
WHERE: Denny & Lee Magic Studio, 5115 Dean Martin Dr. #907, Las Vegas, NV; 702-740-3500
WHEN: 60- to 90-minute class once a week for eight weeks, on either Saturday or Sunday, times to be determined, beginning June 6, 2009, at 9:30 a.m.
COST: $195 (Includes the “Mark Wilson Complete Course in Magic,” decks of playing cards, magician’s rope, sponge balls and everything you will need for the course — no hidden fees). To register, call 702-740-3500.
ABOUT DENNY & LEE MAGIC STUDIO: Denny & Lee Magic Studio is run by professional magicians and has become THE shop the pros turn to when it comes to magic supplies. For more information, visit www.dennymagic.com.
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