Twelve Year-Old Magician Inspired By Rick Wilcox

 

 

Zach Hext Joins the Pro Ranks

Twelve Year-Old Magician Inspired By Rick Wilcox. Zach Hext is doing well and doing better.  This young man became intrigued with our art when he saw Cliff the Magic Man of Rhinelander, Wisconsin.  His intrigue turned in to obsession after seeing the incredible magician Rick Wilcox perform at his theater in Wisconsin Dells.

 

Mr. Hext said he had a chance to talk with Mr. Wilcox after the show, buy his first magic set, and even learn his first effect from Mr. Wilcox.  Says Mr. Hext, “[Mr.] Wilcox is a magician I look up to, along with the street magician David Blaine.?

 

Mr. Hext was hooked not only on magic but also the advice and friendship of Mr. Wilcox.  He purchases his magic from the Dean of the Wisconsin Dells.  ?I know it’s quality stuff and I have the advantage of the personal lessons that go with them. One trick I purchased for $115 and I call it the ?Silk Cabby.? Another cost me $150 that I call the ?Temple Screen.? These are both impressive and my favorite tricks.?

 

Rick and Suzan Wilcox

Mr. Hext is in great hands with Mr. Wilcox.  If you have not yet made your pilgrimage to the Wisconsin Dells to see Mr. Wilcox perform in a theater perfectly suited for magic, you need to make immediate amends.  You feel the magic of the place just walking into the lobby of the beautiful Rick Wilcox Theater.  



 

 

Zach Hext Joins the Pro Ranks

Twelve Year-Old Magician Inspired By Rick Wilcox. Zach Hext is doing well and doing better.  This young man became intrigued with our art when he saw Cliff the Magic Man of Rhinelander, Wisconsin.  His intrigue turned in to obsession after seeing the incredible magician Rick Wilcox perform at his theater in Wisconsin Dells.

 

Mr. Hext said he had a chance to talk with Mr. Wilcox after the show, buy his first magic set, and even learn his first effect from Mr. Wilcox.  Says Mr. Hext, “[Mr.] Wilcox is a magician I look up to, along with the street magician David Blaine.?

 

Mr. Hext was hooked not only on magic but also the advice and friendship of Mr. Wilcox.  He purchases his magic from the Dean of the Wisconsin Dells.  ?I know it’s quality stuff and I have the advantage of the personal lessons that go with them. One trick I purchased for $115 and I call it the ?Silk Cabby.? Another cost me $150 that I call the ?Temple Screen.? These are both impressive and my favorite tricks.?

 

Rick and Suzan Wilcox

Mr. Hext is in great hands with Mr. Wilcox.  If you have not yet made your pilgrimage to the Wisconsin Dells to see Mr. Wilcox perform in a theater perfectly suited for magic, you need to make immediate amends.  You feel the magic of the place just walking into the lobby of the beautiful Rick Wilcox Theater.  

 

What effect is he working on next; how about walking barefoot on glass?  (I won?t even walk in shoes on grass). 

 

Mr. Hext is a professional now.  He uses a tip jar to collect funds towards his New Trick Fund.  His savings were given a boost by the award received for Second Place in the Oneida County Fair Talent Show this summer.

 

We wish him the best of luck and are excited by his excitement.  Welcome, Mr. Hext.

 

You can read the full article in The Rhinelander Daily News here.

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