The King of Cards and Master of Masks! Founder of the Magic & Mystery School.
Magic's Mystical Guru and Dean of the Magic & Mystery School.
Larry Hass performs his astonishing, artful magic at theaters, nightclubs, universities, private parties, public conferences, and corporate events all across America and internationally. He performs regularly in Las Vegas and at the world-famous Magic Castle.
He has won multiple awards both as a writer and an inspirational teacher of magic. He is the author or co-author of several internationally best-selling books for magicians, including Transformations: Creating Magic Out of Tricks (2007). His expertise in teaching magic takes him on the road to offer lectures, seminars, and workshops for magicians’ groups and conventions. Every year, he spends weeks in residence in Las Vegas teaching Master Classes with Jeff McBride and Eugene Burger at the Magic & Mystery School.
Larry Hass is also the Founder and Publisher of Theory and Art of Magic Press, which specializes in thought-provoking magic books and professional routines by world-class magicians and wise teachers of the art.
To contact Larry Hass about bookings or online teaching sessions: Larry@LawrenceHass.com
To see the complete line of magic books and products from Theory and Art of Magic Press: www.TheoryandArtofMagic.com
…Musician, Magician, Massage Therapist, Counselor and Queen Bee of the Magic and Mystery School. Jeff often refers to Abigail as his “Swiss Army Wife,” due to her wide array of skills and talents. With a background in music, dance and body/mind wellness, Abigail is consistently creatively engaged. You will find her working with her clients on the massage table, digging in the garden, playing various musical instruments, working behind the scenes of the Magic & Mystery School, singing, teaching meditation classes, cooking up a vegetarian feast, practicing dance, yoga and magic, and gazing lovingly into the eyes of her husband, magician Jeff McBride.
Co-Authors of Magic & Meaning
Collaborative works from Eugene Burger and filmmaker Michael Caplan