"I love your stuff…..great work!" - David Copperfield
"VERY good lecture!" - Jay Marshall
"One of the best lectures I’ve ever seen!" - -Jack Carpenter
"Nathan never fails to astonish me every time we meet, he fools me badly." - Joshua Jay
"I love to watch Nathan’s magic, his style is creative and elegant." - Doug Conn
"Nate is part of The Next Generation of Magic. He has amazing work with everything from cards and coins to breath mints and tan lines (really!)." -Steve Mayhew
"I was fortunate enough to catch Nate’s lecture recently and he did an excellent job. His magic is extremely visual and very well routined." -Steve Bedwell
What did he teach?
Chewing Gum Restoration
A business card folds all by itself and then a borrowed bill burns itself.
Martin Gardner's Self Eating Gum
Borrowed bill begins to emit smoke and burn at the fingertips.
Hot Sauce Production
Age of Travel
Vernon's travelers performed with four borrowed objects.
Coins to Crackers
Torn and Restored Skittles
A match apparently breaks with the power of your mind.
A coin bend where the coin begins to smoke as it bends.
Vanishing and Reappearing Strawberry
No Smoking Impromptu
A cigarette transforms into a stick of gum.
Thought of Drink Revelation
Coin to Hershey's Kiss
Impromptu House Key Penetration
Who is he?
Nathan Kranzo is a full time entertainer who has acquired a reputation for creating unique and original magic. Born and raised in Michigan Nathan honed his entertainment skills in the resorts of northern Michigan and then went on to tour the country mastering his craft.
Nathan is now one of the top magical entertainers in the country. His original magic creations have been published in national and worldwide publications like Magic Magazine, Genii Magazine, The Penumbra, Antinomy, Channel One, and The Linking Ring Magazine. Nathan has performed and lectured all over the United States as well as Canada, Mexico, France, England, Holland, and Japan. In 2004 Nathan was a consultant for the series The Virtual Magician which aired in over 40 Countries. Most recently Nathan was a consultant for Penn and Teller’s NBC special “Off The Deep End”.