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What is it?

The Penguin Magic Experience and Expo (MAXX) is a two day magic-FILLED event in March 15-16, 2019. It is your chance to hang out with, and learn cutting edge magic from some of the world's best magicians. And when we say hang out with, we mean it. Hanging out is ON THE SCHEDULE.

MAXX has everything you love about big magic conventions, all at a fraction of the normal magic convention price, and in 2 action-packed days. We're busy. You're busy. Spending 4-7 days away from home, away from family doesn't work for many people.

You will see and learn great new magic. You will hang out with the worlds best magicians. You will make new magic friends, new magic memories, and have a blast.



5:00pm - 7:00pm: After grabbing your registration, check out our Magic Expo dealers room!
7:00pm: We kick everything off with a magic show featuring many of our special guests.
9:00pm: Then after then show, stick around for a late night magic lecture with Michael Weber where he will teach you how to read a mind, name a thought-of card and make a solid object vanish using VooDoo!
10:30pm: As if that wasn't enough, The Other Brothers will give a full lecture and Q&A.



9:30am: Losander
11:00am: Chad Long
4:30pm: Dan Harlan: For this special Penguin Magic Experience, Harlan has prepared a lecture highlighting his latest innovations, plus a few old favorites, to illustrate the importance of a well-structured performance. Learn how to prepare professionally-polished presentations.
6:00pm:Garrett Thomas

12pm-6pm: We open up the Magic Expo Dealers room from 12pm to 6pm. This is a fantastic opportunity to see and buy some of the best magic available.


There will also be workshops running throughout the day, featuring Brent Braun, Nick Locapo, Diamond Jim Tyler and Michael Kaminskas. These are more targeted talks about specific magic subjects, loaded with information that you will REALLY USE.

12:30pm: Nick Locapo: Killing Them with a Classic: Nick shares his exotic work on a classic in magic, that he has been fooling magician's with worldwide for years.
1:30pm: Brent Braun: Switched at Birth: Not examinable? It doesn't need to be! Switching objects in a practical and easy way in a real world environment.
2:30pm: Diamond Jim Tyler: Bar bets, scams and puzzles
3:30pm: Michael Kaminskas: Cups & Balls

8:00pm-9:30pm: A closing show featuring many of our special guests.

9:30pm-12:00am: The Penguin Magic Jam Session. Ask anyone of the headliners anything you like, this is YOUR time to hangout and ask all the questions you thought of too late, to see the moves you wanted a closer look at from the show or from a lecture, or to swap jokes, moves or just generally gawk and get autographs :)


  • Garrett Thomas
  • Dan Harlan - One of the most prolific creators in the world of magic, with incredible hits like Starcle, All-Seeing Eye, Hover-Card Plus, Vortex, and many, many more. Also well-known as the host of Penguin LIVE and the mastermind of the Tarbell: Every Trick in the Book series. For this special Penguin Magic Experience, Harlan has prepared a lecture highlighting his latest innovations, plus a few old favorites, to illustrate the importance of a well-structured performance. Learn how to prepare professionally-polished presentations
  • Michael Weber - Known for creating compelling stories and confounding mysteries, his magic has been seen by millions in films like The Prestige and The Illusionist. He has won numerous awards from the IBM, SAM, FISM and was awarded The Creative Fellowship from the Academy of Magical Arts and Sciences. He will teach an assortment of extraordinary effects using ordinary materials suitable for close-up, parlor and stage.
  • The Other Brothers - Daryl and Darryl are magicians from Las Vegas Nevada whose unique act has taken them from performing in talent competitions to being the judges. They will have you laughing and scratching your heads at the same time. At moments the audience is filled with side splitting laughter, and at the very the next, they’ll be screaming, In sheer disbelief, at the perfect illusions these two create.
  • Losander
  • Chad Long
  • Nick Locapo - Nick Locapo is one of the hardest working magicians in America. Over the last decade he has he has performed his close-up and stage act for over a million people, and thousands of organizations. He spent 5 years as a featured magician performing at NBC Universal Studios, a state of the art American theme park and entertainment resort complex in Orlando Florida. Today, Nick is a resident performer at P3 Magic Theater in Columbus Ohio. Nick also works for Penguin Magic, the biggest magic shop in the world. He teaches the newest magic available to magicians everywhere.
  • Brent Braun - Brent Braun is consistently regarded as one of the top creators working today and has created some of the top selling magic of the last two decades including Torched & Restored, Position Impossible as well as his five-star rated Decks and Deceptions. Brent is known for his powerful, real-world material that he creates by blending practical methods with sound theory, presentation, and showmanship.
  • Diamond Jim Tyler - As seen on Scam School with 2 million followers! DJT will demonstrate some of his award winning routines as featured at The Magic Castle, The Magic Circle, in 46 states and 29 countries. He will also talk about his Bamboozlers series.
  • Michael Kaminskas - A magic thinker, creator and innovator and known throughout the world for his exceptional sleight-of-hand. His magic has been featured on the BET, CBS, NBC and FOX television networks and featured in nearly every trade publication, including a feature cover story in MUM. When not lecturing for magicians or performing at the World-Famous Magic Castle, Michael can be found casting his spell on a myriad of clients including, celebrities, political figure, and Fortune 500 companies. Known across the globe as an expert in the field of cups and balls. As part of Penguin MAXX, Michael will open your eyes to new ideas and new concepts taking the oldest trick in the book to the next level.


All-inclusive TWO-DAY registration: $149.95

Whats included?

  • Friday Magic Show Ticket
  • 6 Full Magic Lectures
  • 4 Mini Lectures
  • Dealers Hall Access
  • Saturday Magic Show Ticket
  • Saturday night Penguin Magic Jam Session Pass

Location/Hotel Details

DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas - Love Field
3300 W Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75235

Discounted Room Rate $129
Expires March 1st

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My review for Penguin Magic’s MAXX convention

In 2015 penguin magic introduced the penguin live expo. A 1 day event (more of a dealer hall) with mini workshops and pro tip sessions. It was a chance to see many of your favorite creators.

In 2018 they Introduced MAXX. A 2 day mini convention that’s up close and personal with your favorite people. They opened with a show featuring the best performers. Dan Harlan, chad long, Michael Weber, losander, and more. There were many technical difficulties with lights, sound, and video, but overall, it was awesome to see them perform in person. They had a few full lectures, and a few pro tip sessions. The pro tip sessions felt more like dealer demos than actual tip sessions.

On day 2 they opened the dealer hall and it was a bit crowded and cramped. You had to wait several minutes to get to the front to see anything. I think In the future they should have a bigger space and be more spread out.

The full lectures were great.. chad long sure seemed to live up to his name. He defiantly went on a bit too long, and it didn’t leave much time Between events to go eat.

The final event was the jam session hosted by Daniel Garcia. It stared off with a q&a and kicked off with multiple tables in the back for the pros to come and jam.

Some of the best parts, as with every convention, is the jam sessions that just naturally happen. You meet some of the greatest people.

My favorite part was the access to the creators. Nicholas Lawrence was by far the easiest person to talk to. He is super friendly and loves the art.

The 2 negatives I can give would be that on the future the pro tip sessions be less dealer demo, and more real world tips.

And finally. The “goodie bag” with $60 of value. My fears were confirmed when I got my bag. There was an x deck, a marked deck, penguin sampler, Tarbell sampler, penguin magazine and a $10 voucher.

Most of us are subscribed to penguin live and Tarbell, we order more than $50 a month so we get the magazine anyway. So really all we got was a green x deck, marked deck, and a $10 voucher. Not bad, I just would like them to give things that most people want. I don’t think
Many people want Tarbell or penguin sampler. And I guarantee you we already have 10 of the magazines.

Overall I would rate the experience 8/10. It’s a great way to get up close with the stars of magic and show them things you have been working on. Defiantly consider going to one if you have the chance.
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Wow. What a jump Penguin made from last year’s “Penguin Expo’s” to this year’s “Maxx East!” Admittedly there was some sticker shock, as I think last year’s early bird price was $19.99 and this year’s was $99.99. So the mega question is “Was it worth it?” And the Answer is “Yes! Yes! Yes!” The biggest difference between the two formats was that before it was essentially a dealer fair with a headliner (Mark Wilson at the one I attended,) and several shorter seminars with a little teaching and a lot of selling.

But this year, there were about a half-dozen headliners and a TON of teaching. I filled up five single-spaced notebook pages with comments. It opened with the “Gala Show,” which I would have easily paid $35 for just on its own. For somebody who follows magic closely, it was a special treat to see so many top-tier magicians perform their signature effects, such as Lousander’s “Levitating Table,” Diamond Jim’s Tyler’s “Diamond Jack” routine, Dan Harlan’s “Card In Glass” routine with a cheese sandwich, and Michael Kamiskas’ “Cups and Balls.” (The latter effect is one that everybody does, and hardly anybody does well.) I’d put Kamiskas’ routine up against any I’ve seen before, and that includes Gazzo’s busking routine, and Penn & Teller’s clear cup routine.

While the classes included a ton of teaching, they didn’t diminish from the dealer’s room. Most of the dealers had show specials, and many had products that weren’t yet available online. I especially enjoyed chatting with Chad Long and John Lovick/Handsome Jack.

You could tell that Penguin really paid attention to the comments from last year’s expos and made some distinct improvements. For one, the lecture hall had much better sound, big screen projection and most importantly, was separated from the noise and hubbub of the dealer’s room. The higher price tag and longer, more detailed format, cut the crowd down to a manageable size, which was great. While I enjoyed last year, the crowds made it tough to see the dealer demos, seating for the speakers was limited, and there were too many people and novice questions to have an effective back and forth dialog between the teachers and the audience.

You’ve likely heard the cliché’, “If you learn one thing you’ll use from a class, product or book, it will be worth it.” Well in the case of Penguin’s Maxx East, that adage proved itself many times over. I learned a lot more than just one thing, and much of that will be going into my performances immediately!
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I cannot say enough about the quality of this event. The lectures were not only extremly entertaining but each presenter provided some great, really, really useable stuff that will definetly make its way into my routines and make them better. And I can’t tell you how much fun I had talking with Daniel Garcia who couldn’t have been friendlier and was more then happy to share tips and slights with anyone who asked. My single regret is I didn’t have my 10 yo daughter with me so she could have seen Losander’s lecture on floating. His floating bubble routine, which I watched from just feet away, is a truly beautiful piece of art that can only be truly appreciated in person. I wish I could give this 10 stars. If this event comes anywhere near you GO!
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A tremendous value. Make haste if it comes your way. Inspiration, entertainment and camaraderie abound. You’ll leave inspired, enthused, perhaps with a few new friends, certainly with some new tricks.
Friday night's Gala Show had some tender moments:
One act’s fire-eating intro made for great theater, then POOF! he vanished into darkness. Bouncing along the stage before a salt routine, a well-known gimmick made a surprise debut with another act (we all knew how that trick worked anyway). Later, a wallet prediction fell flat when an uncooperative deck proved to be missing some cards (most magicians are a few cards short). If you wanted to see a close-up, you had to wait ten seconds, because the cameras went on strike. Yes, it was evening of live magic, performed by actual human beings!
Yet miracles abounded. Dan Harlan, the perfect MC, kept the ship afloat with panache, aplomb and a wicked Coke Transposition. Losander’s effects were bigger than life, he received a near standing O after his set. Favs were his Ashrah Floating Table and Thumb Tie routine.
Just who is Michael Weber? Clearly, someone who thinks critically about the presentation of his mentalism effects. One utilized all the cards included in the Penguin marked deck, another discerned a “thought of” card from random piles only the spectator touched. Thought provoking.
“Say hello to your wife for me,” Gazzo told a few guys, as he served fresh candy with tongs to the crowd. How kind! He had warm sentiments for everyone, and many were laughing, riotously so. His egg bag routine fried those in the know and when he did his cups, he had balls. Some are great, but Gazzo? Just a little grater. Gazzo killed it, and his showcase was a definite highlight.
Sat. morn, 10 am: dealer room packed, 'cause everyone loves to see trick demos and buy way past their budget. The mini-lectures were in another room, a smart move. All were entertaining. Losander's floating bubbles particularly memorable. Diamond Jim Taylor fired off rapid one-liners with his flashy tricks. Dan Kaminski: a walking Cups and Balls encyclopedia. The lectures were best when they didn’t seem like extended dealer demos trying to push products.
Dan Harlan’s lecture hit a nice balance of theory, ideas and effects. Personally, this lecture felt most like a “lecture,” in that he went in depth about routines, presentation, and what constitutes a good effect. His infamous “Sandwich” routine was a highlight. Interestingly, he wasn't trying to sell anything.
I missed the Q & A panel, but did talk to Danny Garcia, who’s always a super nice guy willing to show and explain a trick. Nicholas Lawrence: very cool as well and I think In The Clear and Hoover Card were big sellers at the con.
All and all, a fun con worth your time and I hope it continues.
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This will be a totally honest review. Maxx Atlanta was one of the best conventions I have been too in a long time. The all-star line up of performers was amazing...Dan Harlan, Michael Weber, Mike Kaminskas, Diamond Kim Tyler, Daniel Garcia, Chad Long, Brent Braun, Losander, and the legend himself Gazzo.

The performances and lectures were incredible as to be expected, but as with most magic conventions, some of the most amazing talent was found among the amateur attendees. They may not be famous like the big name pros, but their magic was performed with equal skill.

Gazzo's lecture was worth the price of admission, especially seeing how he dealt with an arrogant, know-it-all, punk kid who, with a great level of DISresepect, tried to ruin his performance. Gazzo handled it better than most magicians in the audience. Gazzo handled it with grace and a quick wit. Most magicians wanted ( and it was probably needed) to give the punk kid a swift kick in the sponge balls.

The stars were kind and generous with sharing their time and secret methods. The attending amateurs were equally as generous and willing to help. There were sadly a few YouTube type of younger magicians there. Let's just hope their attitude changes while they are young. My best advice to these up and coming magicians...shut up and listen to those who have been there been there and done that long before you. Learn from their experience so you can become a better performer without all the problems the more experienced magicians faced in their careers. Magic has been around for many centuries. The older guys are treasure chests of knowledge and experience. Learn from them instead of thinking of them as old school. Magic itself is an old school art.

The event went pretty smoothly. At time it was like organized chaos, but that just adds to the fun and is to be expected with any live event.

For me, the only negative point was the open bar. I'm not a drinker and unfortunately, some of those attending tend to drink too heavily. A sloppy drunk is just that, even when he's a great magician when sober.

Overall, it was one of the best events I have attended. I look forward to the next one. I made some great new friends and some great new business relationships.

Thanks, Penguin. Let's do it again.
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Here's my down and dirty review of the Atlanta Penguin MAAX event.

Let’s start at the very beginning. A very good place to start.

The line to the Registration table was slow. Once you got to the table though it was quick and easy. The Friday night show was fraught with issues, both technical and otherwise. (I need not go into detail.) The Penguin crew, capably led by Brent Braun, did their level best to stay atop the technical problems and did a fine job of fixing most of them by the midpoint of the show.

Many of the performers had off nights. They were, in some cases, inadequately prepared, and in others not in best form. Several tricks and effects failed, and there were glitches galore. (Again, I need not go into detail. Everyone has off nights and performances.) That said all of the performers handled the problems with aplomb and professionalism. Even to the point of calling-back the incidents on Saturday for laughs.

Dan Harlan did a jam-up job as emcee. He kept the show rolling, kept the audience laughing, and glued everything together seamlessly.

Michael Weber’s Friday night lecture was excellent. Lots of wonderful ideas, several of them incorporating a deck of marked cards given to attendees.

Gazzo was the highlight of Friday night. I am so glad I had the chance to see him live. Irreverent, not at all PC, and sharp of wit, he opened his set with a solid 15 minutes of wise cracks, jokes, and comments directed toward audience members, including me. While some of the humor was, perhaps, ill-advised in these times, Gazzo managed to get away with it. His technical skill is impeccable, his stage presence relaxed and confident. He was always in control, even when a volunteer assistant opted to be less-than cooperative. Gazzo gave the unruly kid a bit of business, but took care of him in the end. His act was filled with magic, mirth, and bits of business.

After his formal set and Q&A, Gazzo asked if we’d like to see his current sit-down cups and balls routine. (He is doing more shows while seated now because, “I’m getting old.”)We declined the offer. Not! He set up and performed the new set and it was fantastic. I had a second row seat and despite being on the lookout never saw the final loads being shoved inside the cups. I’ll say it again: I am so glad I had the chance to see him. (There’s a current thread around here about funniest magician, well I now have a new number one!)

Saturday began with the opening of the dealer’s room. Penguin Magic, Michael Weber, Dirk Losander, Diamond Jim Tyler, Michael Kaminskas, and Daniel Garcia were doing brisk business from the moment the doors opened at 10:00 until the closed at 4:00. Chad Long set up later in the day and was a hit as well.

(I managed to keep my wallet in my pocket while in the Dealer’s Room. Well, almost. I could not resist one of Michael Kaminskas’ beautiful Chop Cups. Hey, I have been in the market for a while, so it wasn’t an impulse purchase, was it?! Man, I could gush over that thing! The action is smooth and it doesn’t require slamming it onto the table top.)

The hourly mini-lectures were nice, with performers offering pet routines, advice, and answering questions. The proper lectures began in the afternoon and were all wonderful. The highlights for me were Brent Braun and Diamond Jim, although Losander was a close second. (This in no way diminishes the other lecturers. The three I mentioned appealed to me, that’s all.)

I did not stay for the late-night jam session. After a long week, a lack of sleep, and a magic overload this old man was ready to head home.

Overall impressions: Brent Braun and his crew worked their ever-loving arses off to make the event a success. Brent really impressed me: His energy, enthusiasm, and skills as a magician, as well as his work ethic and obvious desire to see that everyone had a great time. I’d attend another Penguin event without hesitation. I had fun, made friends, met some great people and even ran into a couple of old acquaintances. Great value for the price – I got in on the 40% discount rate of $60.00, but even at full price I think the value was there. I'm going to give this event five stars despite those aforementioned issue since in the end they did not detract from the fun.
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It's nearly 3am in the morning the day after this conference as I write this review. That's because I've just gotten to my room after staying up all night to hang out with some of magics brightest stars. The value I've gotten out of this conference is tough to beat. Besides mingling with some of my heros, other highlights included the following.

Gazzo had the audience dying from laughter during his performance.

Losander had our jaws on the floor when he reminded us what it felt like to see magic for the first time.

Dan Harlan showed us how even the classics can be improved (sometimes the methods and sometimes the presentations)

Chad Long featured some great comedic gags and his magic was practical and fun to watch.

Diamond Jim, Daniel Garcia, Brent Braun, and all of the other acts also provided amazing moments, advice, and face time.

To be honest, if you missed this event you missed out! If the Maxx conference becomes on-going thing, don't hesitate. If the conference comes to my town I'll be back.
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The lineup was great. There were some very unfortunate technical issues throughout the show and lectures with the cameras used. They were using GoPro cameras and whoever ran them couldn't figure out which one to turn the display to, so many times the magician would have to literally freeze in place in front of the close-up camera while waiting for them to switch it over to it, then it would immediately be switched back to a long view and we'd have to wait again. The second day they gave up on the front camera and just had the close-up one, but it seemed like every performer had to constantly adjust it to make it show what they wanted.

They did say it was their first time doing the convention so there was a learning curve, so hopefully they bring better cameras next time or figure out how to keep a close-up one on at all times so the performers can do their magic without having to constantly adjust. It's weird too because the Penguin Live lectures seem to flow seamlessly to the best angles.

The dealer area was a little cramped at time due to the small size of the room, but the mini-lectures given seemed to relieve some of the pressure as folks left to see them. The fact that both rooms were side-by-side and connected helped a lot to keep everything convenient.

The stand-out lecture to me was Dan Harlan's. He concentrated more on the motivation behind tricks rather than just "watch's how it's done" like you get from most other lectures at conventions like these. His lecture was the perfect mix of theory and trick explanation. The other lectures were great too, but I made the most notes from listening to Dan's ideas.

And of course, Michael Weber's booth was jam-packed all day long. Never miss the chance to buy some of his products because all of them are top quality material. But to be honest, there were no wasted spaces in the dealers room. Every booth had something unique and amazing to offer.

For the price, I would consider this a "must attend" convention. It went on for the perfect amount of time with just enough stuff scheduled to allow you to have some down time to just chat with other magicians without missing something important. Despite the technical issues, I would go again next weekend if they did another one close by. Don't miss out if this comes to your area!
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Just to get this out of the way, there were two things that I thought could have been done better.

First, the "goodie" bag was the same goodie bag I got a year and a half ago at the last event.

Second, the way you set up your video cameras in the large room really destroyed the sight lines for many of the seats. I realize that videos is what Penguin does and that probably kept the prices lower, but I wish the cameras and cameraman could have been placed somewhere else.

Now the good stuff.

The dealer room was excellent. The people selling knew their material well and did a good job of keeping the crowd moving while still doing appropriate demos for those who wanted it. There were no pressure sales and that made me happy. There was a good mix of skill level represented in the items for sale too.

The lectures and workshops was where you guys really shined.
Dan Harlan is a brilliant man. David Regal has his money where his mouth is. Gazzo got away with saying things on stage I would never dare, but he made it look hysterical. His explanation of the egg bag is the best I've heard ever.

Now we add in the networking. Meeting new people, making new friends, sharing techniques and ideas with fellow magicians and we have a serious winner.

The price was reasonable for a two-day event.

I hope you'll do it again.
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Penguin MAXX is a vast improvement over last year's Expo, and though the location was a bit inconvenient for me (It was *just* far enough away that I had to really debate between booking a hotel room or returning home between the two days), it was ultimately worth the time and expense.

- fun show
- excellent lectures
- friendly people (staff as well as attendees)
- though I initially balked at the cost (and took advantage of a discount), this event is actually worth the full price

- The opening night show started half an hour late, and that delay cascaded into the lectures that followed, which were already scheduled to run late.
- The gift bag was good, but not worth anywhere near the amount advertised.

Ideas for Future Events:
- Don't advertise the gift bag; let it be a surprise bonus. The event itself is worth the money. If anybody was convinced to purchase based on the value of the gift bag, that person was disappointed.
- List the topics of the Pro Tip sessions on the schedule. I think this can result in a more engaged audience. (I also didn't show up to the first few because I slept in due to the previous late night, but I might have attended if I knew they were on a topic I had a particular interest in.)
- Send schedule changes out via email to the registrants. Though the change was announced at the venue, I imagine some people missed part of Diamond Jim's lecture because they didn't arrive until the originally scheduled time.
- The lobby between the lecture and dealer rooms was largely wasted space. Maybe the tables that came out at the end could always be there? Host informal workshops on basic card and coin sleights?
- (This is my personal wish.) A lecture that focuses on scripting, character building, or other theatrical aspects of performance, rather than just tricks. In fact, I would like to see a lecture that only teaches one trick, and spends the rest of the time exploring different ways to present it.
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