The critically acclaimed magician The Amazing Max is taking his magic and jokes online, via Facetime and Zoom, to engage kids and families who are stuck at home and who might be going stir-crazy. My 4 children, who range in age from 4-11 years, were all mesmerized for the entire 30-minute magic lesson. I couldn’t help but sit down and enjoy watching my kids interact with the hilarious and kindhearted Max, but parents could easily step away for some much needed me-time and know their kids are in good hands.
The Amazing Max has always believed that you can make magic out of anything, and during any circumstance, and so his newly formed Facetime and Zoom magic lessons incorporate materials that people already have in their homes, such as paper clips, dollar bills, cards and coins. After the lesson and in the weeks to come, kids are sure to put their devices down and spend many additional hours practicing and showing their new magic skills to their family and friends in person – and online.
Max first appeared on stage before he could walk! He loves theater, magic, ninjas, and the sound of children laughing. He can be seen as a featured artist on Season 3 & 4 of “Brain Games” (National Geographic Channel) and magic consultant for “Gotham” (Fox) and “American’s Got Talent” (NBC).
He earned the moniker “The Amazing Max” for his extraordinary skills as a magician and also for his ability to entertain adult audiences while keeping the little ones spellbound. He combines magic and comedy, making objects appear and disappear and generally defying the laws of physics inches from theatergoer’s faces. His high-energy, interactive and all-around silly show is appropriate for audiences of all ages (recommended 3 & up).
Max is also donating lessons to children at the Ronald McDonald House in New York City (as well as other health facilities around the country) where a Covid-19 case within the house has quarantined families to their rooms, with no access to anywhere outside their rooms, except when they have an appointment with their doctor. Click here to donate additional lessons to these children at the Ronald McDonald House and other health facilities/hospitals.
To learn more about Max’s virtual magic lessons and upcoming “live” events on Facebook and?Instagram, visit http://theamazingmaxlive.com/learn-magic/ and watch as the stress we’re all feeling now magically… disappears!