X ray fell in love with magic when he was 8 years old. Since then he has spent many years practicing and performing this ancient art. Upon graduating from University of Waterloo he was fortunate to spend a year traveling around the world entertaining all ages of people from all walks of life. Magic is a bridge to connect with audiences.
The show will be very visual, highly interactive, and incorporating many silly physical humor to cater to even the youngest child in the audience. The children will be laughing and screaming with excitement throughout the show. If there was a child of honour, he/she would be the star of the show. There is also a special sweet surprise for the Mom. Every mom loves this moment! As a grand finale, the child of honour will use his/her magic to make a paper goldfish to come alive! The child of honour can keep the goldfish after the show. An alternative finale(instead of goldfish trick) X.Ray can also make a live bunny magically appear from a hat, and the kids can pet/photograph the bunny after the show.This show is ideal for children aged 3-9 years. It is a very funny and entertaining 45 minute interactive show with live animals. The kids will have a lot of fun laughing non-stop. There will be live animals in the show. X.Ray will perform his award-winning goldfish act. Someone will put a goldfish cracker in his mouth, and when he spits it out, it will become a live goldfish. Then the whole bag of goldfish crackers will turn into live fishes swimming in a fishbowl. And in the end, X.Ray will make everything to disappear! A magic show wouldn’t complete without the production of a live bunny. So as a grand finale, X.Ray will magically make a live bunny from an empty hat. Everyone can pet the bunny and take photos with the bunny after the show. The show is not just for the kids, adults will enjoy it as well. X.Ray will engage the adults with his sleight-of-hand magic, where he borrows a $20 bill, have someone signs it, then disappears it in his fingertips and only have it reappear inside a lime. The audience will be thoroughly amazed when they cut open the lime to find the signed bill inside.