Magi-Whirl 2018 provides a unique opportunity to learn from some of magic’s best teachers. We’re thrilled to host four amazing lectures, covering a variety of genres and styles. There’s something for everyone at Magi-Whirl 2018, so be sure to register now to take advantage of early-bird pricing.
Note: These are educational lectures for magicians only. They are not entertainment performances.
Scott Green is a professional magician based in Chicago, performing hundreds of shows each year. A national leader in performing magic for children, Scott is the author of the groundbreaking book of theory and practice, Excellence in Family Magic.
Scott was named one of the 100 best young writers in America in 2009, for a weekly humor column that was syndicated to outlets including The Washington Post. An avid game show fan, Scott has appeared on “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?” and “The Price Is Right.”
Dan Harlan began studying magic when he was nine years old. By the time he was 13, Harlan was performing stand-up for private parties and close-up at his weekly restaurant gig. Perhaps best known for his pioneering work with rubber band magic, Harlan is also famous for his many other unique creations which span all genres of magic.
Dan has appeared on and consulted for numerous TV shows in the USA and abroad, and co-published The Minotaur quarterly magic magazine. To date, he has published more than three quarters of 103 planned video tutorials covering the entire Tarbell Course in Magic.
Krystyn Lambert has become one of the most recognized female magicians in the world. Her extensive domestic and international television performances and critical acclaim within the community of magicians caught the eye of Criss Angel, who has taken her as his apprentice. She was featured on his hit Spike TV series, BeLIEve, and appeared in his live show at the Luxor in Las Vegas with a brand new act for six months running. She is currently on tour with The Supernaturalists, which has been hailed by the Las Vegas Sun as “the most mind-blowing magic spectacle out there.”
After starring in the award-winning documentary, Make Believe, the U.S. State Department invited Krystyn to travel through Asia. She shared her passions for magic and philosophy, educating teens about critical thinking and personal goal setting. This dedication prompted Teen Vogue to name her one of the Four Youth Activists to Watch. Recently the Magic Castle in Hollywood awarded Krystyn the coveted Junior Achievement Award, proclaiming her “a magical ambassador throughout the world.”
Dr. Michael Rubinstein
Michael Rubinstein became hooked on coin magic after learning the French Drop at age 15, and soon began developing his own moves and techniques. While attending veterinary school in Italy, he began lecturing on coins and won first place in the International Magic Congress Closeup Competition two years in a row. His magical creations have been published in Apocalypse, Richard’s Almanac, Magic Magazine, Genii, Looking Glass, Ruminations, Best of Friends II, and Spectacle.
From his Encyclopedia of Coin Sleights to his Knockout Coin Magic video series, Dr. Michael Rubinstein is a magic legend. As one of the creative forces behind the 16-volume New York Coin Magic Seminar DVD series, David has been an authority on coin magic for decades.