George Tait and Coffee Shop Magic Featured

 

George Tait

George Tait, featured on Inside Magic last week, is featured in the Plymouth Observer for his current work at Ginger’s Coffee Connection, Monthly Magic and Mind Reading.

The article notes Mr. Tait’s genetic bias towards performing. His mother taught music and his father was a professional clown. “My father was Professor Bloono, and my mom taught music, so I got to grow up in that atmosphere,” said Tait. “I’ve met a lot of cool people.”

The difference between Mr. Tait’s current presentation and other shows? “It used to be a popular thing, but you don’t find it much anymore,” Tait said of his style of magic show. “I wanted to bring back a quality magic show that wasn’t based on children. It’s a show adults can go to.”

Mr. Tait’s strength, as proven by his lecture reviewed last week, is his ability to create “magic of the mind.”

Mr. Tait’s first show Thursday did very well, with an audience of approximately 40 people. The article notes management’s appreciation for the crowd. “He does great shows, he’s very charismatic and he knows how to work a crowd,” said Mike Wiechers, who runs Ginger’s with his mom. “We do a lot of different things, and this fits in perfectly.”

Mr. Tait performs at Ginger’s Coffee Connection, 600 Ann Arbor Trail, (734) 254-1031, the first Thursday of every month. Visit Tait’s Web site at www.magic-by-george.com.

 

George Tait

George Tait, featured on Inside Magic last week, is featured in the Plymouth Observer for his current work at Ginger’s Coffee Connection, Monthly Magic and Mind Reading.

The article notes Mr. Tait’s genetic bias towards performing. His mother taught music and his father was a professional clown. “My father was Professor Bloono, and my mom taught music, so I got to grow up in that atmosphere,” said Tait. “I’ve met a lot of cool people.”

The difference between Mr. Tait’s current presentation and other shows? “It used to be a popular thing, but you don’t find it much anymore,” Tait said of his style of magic show. “I wanted to bring back a quality magic show that wasn’t based on children. It’s a show adults can go to.”

Mr. Tait’s strength, as proven by his lecture reviewed last week, is his ability to create “magic of the mind.”

Mr. Tait’s first show Thursday did very well, with an audience of approximately 40 people. The article notes management’s appreciation for the crowd. “He does great shows, he’s very charismatic and he knows how to work a crowd,” said Mike Wiechers, who runs Ginger’s with his mom. “We do a lot of different things, and this fits in perfectly.”

Mr. Tait performs at Ginger’s Coffee Connection, 600 Ann Arbor Trail, (734) 254-1031, the first Thursday of every month. Visit Tait’s Web site at www.magic-by-george.com.

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