One of the world's most skilled magicians, Kirby earned the title "Prince of Magic" and his up close and personal show will leave you in awe.
After years of large scale illusions and magic tricks in Branson, Kirby is now introducing more intimate magic show, as he invites you and your family to experience his illusions up close and right before your eyes.
Experience the incredible sleight of hand that Kirby has perfected throughout his years of entertainment as he gives you a glimpse into the world of magic with unbelievable mind reading, levitation, sword play, card tricks and more. He'll have you completely puzzled as he pulls off illusion after illusion with ease.
Joining him onstage is the lovely Bambi VanBurch, the world's most awarded female magician. Her astonishing mind reading skills will have you wondering just how she does it as she recites the serial number off a ten dollar bill plucked from the audience and correctly identifies random audience member's belongings, all while being blindfolded on stage.
These two seasoned performers will spend the majority of the show down in the aisles of the theater with you, so get ready for lots of audience participation and keep your eyes peeled, because you really won't believe these mind-boggling illusions.
About Kirby VanBurch
Kirby's love for magic began at age seven and ever since then his passion has been entertaining those around him with unbelievable illusions. He first conquered the simple tricks and then eventually mastered bigger and more difficult ones. Kirby moved to Las Vegas and became the youngest star in the downtown "Glitter Gulch" and his success quickly followed. Large crowds flocked to his productions in Nevada and he gained national attention with a death-defying escape stunt that resulted in his induction into the Ripley's Believe it Or Not! museum collection. He traveled the world performing in more than 37 countries and his nickname the "Prince of Magic" was given to him by the princess of Thailand after he was invited to perform at the Royal Palace there.
About Bambi VanBurch
Bambi started her dance career at the young age of five and continued performing through high school and college on dance teams. She auditioned for the Kirby VanBurch show in 2002 and began performing as a dancer and assistant and worked her way up to the leading female magic assistant. Falling in love with the art of illusion, she perfected the craft and earned awards such as "International Female Magician of the Decade," "International Female Magician of the Year" from 2007-2009 and "Illusionist of the Year" at NBC's World Magic Awards.