Ryan Swigert: Return to His Roots

Ryan Swigert – Parlour Magic

We’ve written high praise for Ryan Swigert in the past
but only because he deserved it. Otherwise we would have trashed him
out of jealousy. We’re like that: petty, small-minded, jealous, and
unbalanced.

Mr. Swigert, on the other paw, is more thoughtful, skilled, and
even-keeled. We could be that way too but we can’t afford the co-pay.

Mr. Swigert is from Cincinnati (Ohio), a grad of the local high
school, and the University of Cincinnati but his talent has enabled his
world-wide travels. He’s performed for Snoop Doggie Dog a/k/a Snoop
Dogg and Kristi Yamaguchi a/k/a Kristi Yamaguchi. He’s only
27-years-old so he’s still got a ton of time to travel, invent
additional magic, and inspire others.

He’s also got a great gig coming up at the beautiful Cincinnatian
Hotel right on Vine Street in the heart of the city that gave us Pete
Rose, Chili on Spaghetti, and Haines House of Cards.

He’ll perform two shows a night in his new presentation Ryan
Swigert’s Parlour Magic. You can see him perform at 7:00 or 9:00 pm
August 19th, September 2nd, 16th, 23rd and 30th.

Mr. Swigert hopes to provide an intimate performance in a true
parlour-type setting. Consequently only 30 seats will be available for
each show.

Mr. Swigert tells the Cincinnati Enquirer parlour magic is not only
fun for the performer but gets the audience involved as well. He plans
on having at least one audience member involved in each trick. He wants
to bring magic back into its more intimate past.

You can read more about the show and Mr. Swigert at his web site, ryanswigert.com. You can also read a neat interview with Mr. Swigert in the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Tickets are only $25.00. You’ll need to book early to avoid disappointment.

And we know disappointment: sitting on the edge of a roll-away cot,
crying like a girl, blaming others for not being “special enough,”
wondering if your plasma has recharged enough to make another $25.00 at
the blood bank.

Don’t be disappointed. Be happy. See the show
by a guy we are forced to admire but only because he’s good and a
decent person.


Ryan Swigert – Parlour Magic

We’ve written high praise for Ryan Swigert in the past
but only because he deserved it. Otherwise we would have trashed him
out of jealousy. We’re like that: petty, small-minded, jealous, and
unbalanced.

Mr. Swigert, on the other paw, is more thoughtful, skilled, and
even-keeled. We could be that way too but we can’t afford the co-pay.

Mr. Swigert is from Cincinnati (Ohio), a grad of the local high
school, and the University of Cincinnati but his talent has enabled his
world-wide travels. He’s performed for Snoop Doggie Dog a/k/a Snoop
Dogg and Kristi Yamaguchi a/k/a Kristi Yamaguchi. He’s only
27-years-old so he’s still got a ton of time to travel, invent
additional magic, and inspire others.

He’s also got a great gig coming up at the beautiful Cincinnatian
Hotel right on Vine Street in the heart of the city that gave us Pete
Rose, Chili on Spaghetti, and Haines House of Cards.

He’ll perform two shows a night in his new presentation Ryan
Swigert’s Parlour Magic. You can see him perform at 7:00 or 9:00 pm
August 19th, September 2nd, 16th, 23rd and 30th.

Mr. Swigert hopes to provide an intimate performance in a true
parlour-type setting. Consequently only 30 seats will be available for
each show.

Mr. Swigert tells the Cincinnati Enquirer parlour magic is not only
fun for the performer but gets the audience involved as well. He plans
on having at least one audience member involved in each trick. He wants
to bring magic back into its more intimate past.

You can read more about the show and Mr. Swigert at his web site, ryanswigert.com. You can also read a neat interview with Mr. Swigert in the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Tickets are only $25.00. You’ll need to book early to avoid disappointment.

And we know disappointment: sitting on the edge of a roll-away cot,
crying like a girl, blaming others for not being “special enough,”
wondering if your plasma has recharged enough to make another $25.00 at
the blood bank.

Don’t be disappointed. Be happy. See the show
by a guy we are forced to admire but only because he’s good and a
decent person.

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