Let’s Hire Greg the Great for Library and School Magic Shows

Exciting, Entertaining and Educational library and school magic shows made to motivate your students…

Assemblies, classrooms, carnivals, family fun night, fund raisers, award assemblies and of course libraries!

“For the past 20+ years, I’ve presented fun and entertaining comedy magic shows to companies, schools, libraries, and other clients. Using a combination of music, magic, age-appropriate humor and interactive fun, I guarantee everyone at your next event will be captivated from beginning to end!”

Magician Greg the Great will keep your students laughing, engaged and having a great time Guaranteed!  Greg also provides the sound system for music, the microphone, tables and all equipment needed to perform at no additional charge.

In addition to the full length comedy magic show that many schools choose to feature at their school carnival, fundraiser, special event or awards assembly; Greg the Great also offers the option of short 20 minute magic shows which can be repeated on a 30 minute basis. This gives you several shows at a reduced cost.

This assembly is a great way to reinforce the fun and excitement of reading a good book; motivate your students to meet and EXCEED their reading goals!

New Beautiful Backdrop w/Sound System

TONS Of Student Participation

VERN the Bird puppet makes a book come to life

Great Magic

Great Music

Great Stories

Greg Will Feature Such Books and Magic As:

The Princess & The Frog

Treasure Island

Rubik’s Book

Meet the Book Worm

A Magic Book comes to life with a real Live Dove

Books transform in the blink of an eye to amaze and motivate reading

“I love performing for kids! Kid shows are so much fun; they amaze me with what they say and do during my magic show. With all my years performing, I know what works and what doesn’t. I know how to relate to them and entertain them with squeaky clean, age-appropriate humor and amazing magic skills that keep audiences of all ages focused on the magic show. All of my programs use a ton of audience participation to get as many volunteers involved as possible.”