Magic of Lyn

October 29, 2018

Magic can be very therapeutic for a child. Especially for a student prone to shyness, magic can be empowering.  Learning how to do a trick and being trusted with the secret can teach a child a sense of responsibility. They must learn the trick and do it well. The result of their efforts is shown by the spectator being amazed at his or her magic.

From the grand stages of New York City’s Lincoln Center to the glitter of Hollywood, Lyn Dillies has captivated audiences of all ages with her spellbinding powers of prestidigitation. She has been hailed as the finest female magician in the land as well as one of America’s top illusionists winning the 2009 Merlin Award for Female Illusionist of The Year from the International Magician’s Society. Lyn’s show is filled with eye-defying illusions, hypnotic lighting, hot music, and most magical of all, the enchanting personality of Lyn Dillies. Her fast paced shows of mystifying magic will have you on the edge of your seats.   Combined with warmth, humor and audience participation, this show captivates all ages.

When reading through the study guide, teachers you will find the history of magic and simple magic tricks to teach to your students.

Curriculum Connections: Self esteem, character skills, visual arts

Performance is presented at the College of Staten Island 2800 Victory Blvd Staten Island NY 10314