As of this writing, COVID-19 makes it uncomfortable to have a live audience. It’s funny how we changed our format to digital just a few years ago. If this had happened during our live days it would have been sad.
Either way, we miss our audiences. They were an incredible group. Human being with diverse interests and professions. We had educators, performers, producers and more.
Meeting Audience Members
We also had a tradition which was to serve food afterwards. It was fun catching up with everyone and meeting new people. Our transitional project will have a digital audience also. It will be interesting to see how it works out.
Remembering the good times. Like the Platinum PIAs Artists’ Fly High Festival. And so much more.
Enter the New
But there’s no time for reminiscing, we’ve already done that. It’s the moment to step into the next chapter: The National Magic Day Awards also known as the Houdini Day Awards
as seen at Houdini Day in association with USA Magicians
The Big Question
The question we get asked the most is, “Is this just for magicians?” And the answer is a resounding “No.” Pardon the unicorns and rainbows, but there are people who are not conjurers but are undoubtedly, well, magic. They are those who make a difference in their community of course.
So Many Ways to Make a Difference
Possible ways of making a difference and being magic include: Pets & Animals, Arts & Culture, Education & Youth, the Environment, Faith & Spiritual, International Stuff, Human Services, our Veterans who we thank for their service and finally (and this is a big one these days) – Health.