Brodini "Family" Comedy Magic Show
Brodini the magician performing at various libraries as part of the summer reading program. (regional program)
The Award Winning Brodini Comedy Magic Show challenges young audiences with his award winning magic. Scarves, coins, cards, balls, ropes, and ordinary items become animate objects of wonder and curiosity in Brodini's hands, but never without some help from children and adults in the audience. Transformations, relocations, thin-air illusions, and surprising predictions keep young and old laughing, looking, scratching their heads, and wanting more!
June 28 – 30, 2010
Library locations: Wheaton, Browns Valley, Hancock, New York Mills, Perham, Pelican Rapids, Elbow Lake, and Fergus Falls.
Public libraries provided space for the performances, designed and carried out publicity for the event.
605 total participants at 8 shows
Measurable Outcomes may be collected by survey, anecdotal responses, post-test;End user change in Behavior, Attitude, Skills, Knowledge, Condition and/or Status
Children were able to see a live performance by a magician instead of on TV. The magic is more believable in person. (attitude)Children were encouraged to check out books of all kinds, but particularly magic books from the library. (skills)To promote the library as a fun place that offers free programming. (knowledge)