Casino Night in Boston

Events can be classified into a few styles and a few attitudes. A Casino night is always a winner.
Hundreds of people and everyone is in a good mood.

So this brings me to the Westin Hotel in Boston, Ma. (OMG) Yes, I’m easily impressed. Escalators, elevators…even stairs. Much like an airport except beautiful. (And remember the good mood.)
I think I’ve probably got the best job. Hundreds of people, many waiting in lines. The perfect audience for Magic. A little entertainment makes time fly, and the best part is the people further down the line aren’t quite sure what is going on. So they are anticipating my arrival.

So I’m a winner before I even begin. I probably did only three tricks all night. (O.K. I did a couple of special ones when the occasion arose.) But, basically two or three tricks. The reasoning is that the people watching you are going to turn around and spy (watch) what you do with the next group, and the next group was watching what you did with the preceding group. So you get it, everyone is seeing a new magical presentation, wherever they are in the line.

I know it went well, the audience literally tells you. They call their friends, “come here, this guy is David Blaine!.” Thank you, I’ll take that is a compliment… More than once,” You remind me of Al Pacino.” I’m not sure how to take that. Pacino’s getting pretty old, and I guess I can’t hide it either.

A beautiful night in Boston, performing the most unique entertainment I’m aware of, and no Barriers to break down.

The One Man Band

Things can get real busy in my office in Wilmington, Ma. BTW, I don’t have an office I’m in my home.
My secretary rarely complains, mostly because I don’t have one. I’m not complaining, but I answer all the calls, negotiate all bookings, and keep a meticulous calendar. (God forbid I book two events at the same time.)

Rule # 1. Caller: Hi, is this Joe Ferranti the Magician? I was hoping to have a magician in (fill in City) Ma. Joe “Could you hold on one minute, I’m going to my computer and check my calendar.”
Isn’t that nice, I’ve never double booked. I’ve never missed a job. I’ve set my calendar to remind me of all events, two weeks in advance, one week in advance, two days in advance, and finally one day in advance. I’d have to be in a coma to forget your event. So I’m going around the barn door to pat myself modestly on the back. Here’s my message of the week. When you hire Joe Ferranti, Magican for all occasions. Relax, put your feet up. I’ll be there, at least 30 minutes in advance.