SYMer wins in New York City
SYM Jessica wins first prize in New York at Coney Island Talent Contest. She also works as a clown calling herself “Pupperdoodle” Here is her Hula Hoop Act. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d81zfl0D2ZQ
2013 Stars of Tomorrow Show Performers Honored
Producer Marlene Clark (center) shown with “Stars of Tomorrow” performer who received recognition awards at the SAM Convention from the Dean George Schindler (far right) ……Dale Farris Photo
2013 SYM Close Up Performers Honored
Dean Goerge Schindler (center) presents Recognition Awards to Convention pre-show S.Y.M. close-up performers- Extreme left Director Jann Goodsell and producer Arlen Solomon. Extreme right. Stars of Tomorrow producer Marlene Clark
(Dale Farris Photo)
Magic While You Wait
Just to make sure you aren’t missing any magic while waiting to get into the
convention showrooms at the Society of American Magicians gala shows, young
members of the SYM will provide close-up and Walk Around magic before all
four shows. You may remember how effective this was in Las Vegas last year.
Here are six youngsters who will astound you:
Jason Knight (Rockledge, FL)
Mathew Richman (Chester Springs PA)
Ben Golfein (Alpharetta, GA)
William Zaballero (Orlando,FL)
Jonathan Gelb (Princeton,, NJ)
Daiki Tanaka (Japan
PS. They’ll be in hand before the Annual Banquet as well. Check
them out on the Stars of Tomorrow link by Clicking HERE
If you haven’t done so as yet register now for the July 3-4-5-6 convention.
Stars of Tomorrow Performers Announced
Show producer Marlene Clark is pleased to announce that six talented young magicians from the US and UK will perform in the 2013 Stars of Tomorrow Show. The show is part of the annual S.A.M. National Convention, which takes place July 3-6 in Washington DC
They are Alex Boyce, 16, of Endicott New York; Chase Hasty, 16, of Holdrege Nebraska; Elizabeth Scalf, 12, of Surfside Beach, South Carolina; ,Kimberly Zoller 16, of Seaford, Delaware, Elizabeth Rogan 16, from Warwickshire, England; and emcee Nick Diffatte, 17, of St. Paul, Minnesota.
Young magicians age 7 through 17 are eligible to audition for a spot in the show, which has become one of the most popular events at the annual convention. This year, 15 young magicians applied.
The show will take place Thursday, July 4, at 11:30 AM on the S.A.M. Stage in the Crystal Gateway Marriott, Arlington, VA.
See their photos by Clicking HERE