Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Geoff Williams to Lecture at Ring 50

Geoff Williams will present a lecture on May 2nd for Ring 50. Geoff is a 3 time “Magician of the year” winner awarded by the International Brotherhood of Magicians. He has won over two dozen comedy and magic awards over his 26 year career. He has performed in over 17 countries and throughout most of the U.S.; he has even written for “The Late Show with David Letterman” and frequently performs at the world famous Magic Castle in Hollywood. Geoff is a full time comedy magic entertainer known for outrageous, family-friendly comedy mixed with a heavy dose of hard-hitting magic.
The Lecture will be held at “ChildTime Magic Party Place” located in Vienna VA. The address is 312 Dominion Rd. NE, Vienna, VA 22180.
The lecture is free to paid-up Ring 50 members, All other magicians $15 at the door.

Magi-Whirl 2012 Loaded with Education and Fun!

“The best little convention in the National Capital Area”
Everyone is still recovering from the International Brotherhood of Magicians, National Capital Ring 50, Magi-Whirl 2012 that was held on April 13 & 14, 2012. There were four lectures, three close-up performances, and a Gala evening show. Magi-Whirl was held at Bishop Ireton High School, 201 Cambridge Rd, Alexandria VA. Magicians from around the Mid-Atlantic region came to Magi-Whirl 2012, and had a great time hanging out with other magicians and people devoted to magic. They learned a ton of new tricks, ideas, presentations, and of course seen some great performances and lecturers.

George Saterial, Gustavo Raley, Ken Scott, Aldo & Rachel Colombini and Noland Montgomery were the Lecturers and Performers for this great event!

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Noland Montgomery Wins Lacey Contest!!!

President Danny Selnick made the opening remarks and emceed the contest with 53 members and guests in attendance. There were ten members competing for the Dan Lacey Trophy and the title “DC Magician of the Year”. In order of appearance they were: Theo Rushin, Andrew Lindgren, Bryan McDaniel, Noland Montgomery, Reggie Rice, Bob Carnathan, Arnold Fuoco, Avi Littky, Arno Zeisnitz, and Wes Iseli. When all the judges score sheets were tallied, the winner was Noland Montgomery. Arnold Fuoco was second with Bob Carnathan in third place. This was Noland’s 7th time he has won the contest in the last 10 years.
Cecelia Ritchie, Noland Montgomery and Danny Selnick