Thoughts & Facts

For centuries, children have been fascinated with magic - whether it be in a book, movie, cartoon, game or T.V. show. Most notably are the many myths and legends of Merlin, C.S. Lewis's "Chronicles of Narnia", J.R.R. Tolken's "Lord of the Rings" and, not to be forgotten, J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" series.

Magic is an intriguing and powerful subject for children of all ages because it offers escapism and the use of imagination in the purest form. Likewise, a live magical performance must tap into the same mystery and wonder of imagination while understanding the sensibilities of the audience.

Children, generally over the age of 4 years, are old enough to understand an impossibility when they see, experience or are part of it, thus they can appreciate what is presented (those younger, often cannot). As such, children above 4 years not only want to be entertained but also involved in the performance in some way.

Although some older children (usually in the age range of 8 to 12 years) are hesitant to admit it - they too want to believe in impossibilities. This is not to suggest that they will not enjoy seeing an entertainer perform amazing feats by themselves but, it is far more awe-inspiring when they are taking part in or are even doing the marvels within a fun-based atmosphere that does not insult or put down the participants and audience members.

William Corey knows and understands what children of varing ages look for within magical entertainment and has developed a few revolutionary performances based upon the age range of the children wherein they, guided by him, become the "wonder-workers".

Note: William Corey does not offer a clown character, balloon twisting, puppet shows, juggling exhibitions, sing-a-longs or party games. Nor does he fill his performance offerings for children with such activities, finding instead that a well structured, engaging, and fun-based magical presentation by a skilled magical entertainer / wizard is more memorable, meaningful, and magical for everyone present.

It should also be understood that the only "secret" that is given away during William's performances is that which most scientists, inventors, teachers, dreamers, and those who have done things that others said were impossible realize - that is - if one believes, just about anything can be accomplished.



Your Role

The gift of a magical entertainer can be a fun and entertaining diversion for a young audience. Unfortunately, only a skilled magical entertainer can make the event not only fun and entertaining, but assist the memories in lasting long after the performance is over. Impossible? It's just one of William Corey's many specialities.


If you are looking for something truly special (aside from the general magical offerings) for children's parties, the following performance may fill the bill...


General Children's Magical Entertainment
Within this interactive performance offering, like all of Williams performance offerings especially for children, William does not crave the adulation of being the all powerful magic man, nor does he frame his show in the context of “look what I can do". Instead, William’s method of entertaining those present is one of a group effort. This is not to say that he does not demonstrate some things to build wonder, but the majority of the performance is focused around guiding those present (particularly the ones whom are willing to assist within the entertainment he provides) in making the magic happen in a fun and entertaining manner (without ridicule, insults or put-downs for a cheap laugh). For birthdays - if the birthday child is willing, they are highlighted at the start and end of the performance. Additionally, all of those who are called upon, after completing the task(s) presented, receive a special keepsake as a reminder of what they did.
The Wizard / Wizardess Magical Discovery Workshop
Those present get a chance to see and meet a real live wizard (complete in robes) and participate in this uniquely interactive performance, in which they are guided by William Corey via the use of a collection of spells to discover their inner wizard / wizardess. For birthdays - if the birthday child is willing, they are highlighted at the start and end of the performance. Additionally, all of those who are called upon, after completing the task(s) presented, receive a special keepsake as a reminder of the magic they possess.

The Wizard - William Corey


Special Note: William Corey does not portray a goofy or bumbling wizard, but one who knows and understands the nature of true magic!

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