The Science of Magic
Created by Bill Blagg
For centuries magicians have used scientific principles to make people levitate in mid-air and vanish in the blink of an eye. Illusionist Bill Blagg’s one-of-a-kind educational experience, The Science of Magic, takes students on a rare, never-before-seen journey “behind the scenes” of the magic world. Students will discover firsthand how magicians use science to create their illusions!
Bill’s comedy-filled, action-packed, presentation is highly interactive and makes science fun and exciting! Students will use the Scientific Method to levitate one of their teachers in mid-air and even learn how the science of reflection can make their homework magically disappear! In addition, Bill even performs some of his mind-blowing, grand-scale illusions with a scientific twist! Bill caps the show off with an incredible display of the water cycle by making it snow from his bare hands! Students will watch in amazement as science creates magic right before their very eyes!
The Science of Magic is designed to excite, educate, intrigue and promote students to think “outside the box” and spawn their curiosity about how science and the Scientific Method are used by magicians to create the impossible!
Snack Packs: ArtsBridge has partnered with Action Ministries to provide each student at the 12 pm showing of this field trip one snack pack to take home in an effort to relieve hunger. While all efforts have been made to avoid allergens, teachers/parents/guardians are responsible for their student’s consumption.
Photo Notice-Release: Please be aware that by entering the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre during this field trip, attendees consent to their voice and likeness being photographed, videotaped and used without compensation for exploitation on television and in any and all media now know or hereafter devised in perpetuity, and attendees release ArtsBridge Foundation, its successors, assigns and licensees, from any liability on account of such usage.
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*All ArtsBridge Field trip tickets are non-refundable. However, if weather should cause a cancellation, tickets can be utilized for another ArtsBridge performance.*