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ABOUT MAGICIAN JASON ABBOTT
you need a table?
No, I bring my own.
How much space do you need to perform?
For a stand-up show Jason requires at least a 8 ft X 8 ft space for himself, his volunteers and his props. Additional space is required for the audience. For groups of 100 or more a stage or platform is recommended.
Is your show appropriate for my
Jason does different shows for different audiences click on shows to see which one of Jason's shows is appropriate for your audience.
Do you have a guarantee?
Jason Abbott personally guarantee's all of his work. Simply, If you are not 100% satisfied with Jason's show you don't pay.
How much do your shows cost?
Different shows have different costs, The type of event is also a big factor.
What forms of payment do you except?
Cash or check made out to "Jason Abbott" at the conclusion of the show
What type of events do you do?
Jason Abbott does lots of different events including: Company picnics, Trade Shows, Sales meetings, banquets, school assemblies, libraries, festivals, Blue and Gold banquets, communion parties, restaurants, and even Childs birthdays.
Where can I see you perform live?
Jason currently performs strolling magic live every Monday night from 5:30 to 8:30 at the Red Robin Restaurant in Clinton Township, MI (located on M-59, east of Lakeside mall). On Wednesdays from 5:30 to 8:30 Jason performs at the Red Robin Restaurant in Brighton, MI (located on Grand River rd off of 96 exit 145 grand river turn left, 2 blocks down on right).
What type of magician are you?
Jason Abbott is a comedy magician that focuses on situational comedy with members of the audience.
Do you need a stage to perform?
No, but for groups of 100 or more one is recommended.
Do we need to provide a PA system?
No, you need to provide power, Jason brings his own PA. It is good for groups up to 300 people.
Can you entertain while people are
Although Jason can and does occasionally perform while guests are eating it is distracting and does not let the audience fully enjoy there food or the magic show. Walk-around magic is usually more appropriate in this type of situation than a stand-up show.
Can you entertain people that don't
Many companies have whole divisions that don't speak English. Jason is an expert at slight of hand type magic and although they may not get all the jokes, the magic is focused on more and they will be amazed. Walk around magic is best for this situation.
How big of an audience can you perform
Jason has performed for groups of 2 to 500 people and is comfortable with everything in between.