Calendar

Jun
2
Thu
Lecture for Atlanta, Ring 9 @ Mount Vernon Presbyterian Church
Jun 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Small Changes make a Big Difference
Peter will teach and perform material from his working repertoire with attention to the small details that have a huge impact and the theoretical underpinnings of why those changes matter and why they work.

“Peter Samelson makes magic an art.”
– Dai Vernon

“The theatrical spirit that Samelson infuses into his work is individual and highly effective. All the effects were treated like minor theatrical presentations. Each one was a self-contained three-act play that had an emotional arc and a specific mood. Best of all there wasn’t any evidence of that kind of thinking worn on his sleeve to be admired by the audience. It was rather subtle and all the more powerful for being so.”
– Nick Lewin

Aug
27
Sat
Lecture – Magic Inc. @ Magic Inc.
Aug 27 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Small Changes make a Big Difference
Peter will teach and perform material from his working repertoire with attention to the small details that have a huge impact and the theoretical underpinnings of why those changes matter and why they work.

“Peter Samelson makes magic an art.”
– Dai Vernon

“The theatrical spirit that Samelson infuses into his work is individual and highly effective. All the effects were treated like minor theatrical presentations. Each one was a self-contained three-act play that had an emotional arc and a specific mood. Best of all there wasn’t any evidence of that kind of thinking worn on his sleeve to be admired by the audience. It was rather subtle and all the more powerful for being so.”
– Nick Lewin

Jan
22
Tue
Lecture for Bay Area Magicians @ Exit Theater
Jan 22 all-day

Small Changes make a Big Difference

Peter will teach and perform material from his working repertoire with attention to the small details that have a huge impact and the theoretical underpinnings of why those changes matter and why they work.

“Peter Samelson makes magic an art.”
– Dai Vernon

“The theatrical spirit that Samelson infuses into his work is individual and highly effective. All the effects were treated like minor theatrical presentations. Each one was a self-contained three-act play that had an emotional arc and a specific mood. Best of all there wasn’t any evidence of that kind of thinking worn on his sleeve to be admired by the audience. It was rather subtle and all the more powerful for being so.”
– Nick Lewin