Dave Chandler Magic, A Versatile Boston Magician For Parties, Trade Shows And Events

A Boston Magician who provides magic show for trade shows, parties and events has been called one of the most impressive close up magicians in recent years. He has provided magic for Coca Cola, Porsche and Audi and has gained a reputation in making people question what they have seen. A popular Boston magician, who has been praised for his shows, is now available for private parties, trade show, and events. Dave Chandler who has become one of the most recommended magicians in Boston is an excellent choice to make any event stand out. To learn more about Dave Chandler and his magic shows, please visit http://www.davechandlermagic.com






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Street The Movie Hits Theatres October 30, 2015 Beau “Casper” Smart and Mark Ryan Star in a “Rocky meets Bloodsport” MMA Film

With Some of the Most Realistic MMA Fight Scenes Ever Made   Los Angeles, CA – October 23, 2015 Beau “Casper” Smart and Mark Ryan star in the new fueled MMA movie, Street.   Street is produced by Lyle Howry of Wedding Day (starring David Koechner) and You Can’t Have it (featuring Armand Assante, MMA Fighter Rob Gronkowski, and Joanna Krupa), a film by writer and producer Jeffrey Ross, best known for award winning film, Lost and Found Family and Shadow Conspiracy starring Charlie Sheen. Director Bradford May is an Emmy Award Winner whose sensitive and dramatic style of lighting and graceful manner of directing actors has made him one of Hollywood’s most prolific talents. Street is a film that should not be missed by any MMA fan. It features MMA icon Frank Trigg, and current fighters Matt Mitrione, Bellator Light-Heavyweight-Champion Emanuel Newton, former Bellator welterweight title challenger Jay Hieron and one of the most exciting fighters to ever come out of The Ultimate Fighter, Uriah Hall. Professional wrestler and former WWE champion John Hennigan stars as well. Street contains some of the best MMA fight scenes of any film ever made. Having a number of well-known, experienced MMA fighters takes the fight scenes to a realistic and powerfully intense level. Arnold Chon, one of the top fight choreographers in Hollywood as well as a trainer of real MMA fighters, is the man behind the[…]






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Tickets For Rise, An Acrobatic Play At Dr Phillips Center, Orlando Now On Sale

  The new play combines theatre and acrobatics for a unique experience. The tickets are now on sale priced from $33.75. Show date: Jan. 16, 2016, Show times: 7:00 PM, at the Walt Disney Theater   ORLANDO, Florida—Tickets are now on sale for “Rise, An Acrobatic Play,” a show that combines theatre and acrobatics for a completely unique experience.   Written and directed by four-time NCAA Gymnastics Champion Taqiy Abdullah-Simmons and choreographed by former U.S. Tumbling and Trampoline National Team Member Jeffrey Brown, Rise tells the story of high school students who hope to become world-renowned entertainers. The show will be performed at 7 p.m. on Jan. 16, 2016 in the Walt Disney Theatre at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 South Magnolia Ave., Orlando, Florida. Tickets start at $33.75.   The story is told through dance and acrobatics and immerses audiences in an entirely new theatrical experience. A coming-of-age tale with a futuristic setting, “Rise” follows the adventures of students competing for two paid understudy roles with the Dream Empire, a famous traveling circus.   A new Diverse Physical Talents teacher, Sam Simon, directs them and each student hopes to make his or her mark on[…]






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R&B Singer D. Edward’s Dramatic Photo Garners High Level of Attention

He doesn’t really walk off the edge of the high rise; it just looks that way. A dramatic still shot of R&B recording artist D. Edward stepping out into the air high above Van Ness Avenue and Jackson Street in San Francisco not only made for an exhilarating cover photo for his new single “Love Is” it also set a viral number of fingers a twittering recently on social media. “The concept is: Love is a leap of faith,” D. Edward says of how the photo came to be. But, there’s more to the story. D. Edward’s artistic director for the project, Daniel Garcia offered a few options for the cover photo, and at first the air step idea sounded “amazing,” to D. Edward; however, that was before he spent time in a local REI store learning what it would really mean to be strapped by a single rope, clip, and rock climbing harness. “I thought we’d use Photoshop or something,” D. Edward says, adding, he has “a slight fear of heights.” For insurance reasons, the store salesman told D. Edward he couldn’t assist in tying a knot on the rope, but, after reading a book he bought there… “Which[…]






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