Sunday, May 23, 2010

Magician and Juggler Now in Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge

I'm happy to say that I've made it easier to book magic and juggling shows in the Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge area.

If you need a magician for your next birthday party or corporate event, visit

For years, I've been bringing my vaudeville-style show to the Kitchener area, but it has always been difficult for clients to know I am available. Since I'm based in London, Ontario, clients haven't always known I'm available to perform throughout Ontario.

With the launch of this new site, I will be able to provide clients based in the Waterloo area better service and better access to information.

So if you are looking for a magician or juggler, I hope to hear from you soon!

London, Ontario

Saturday, May 22, 2010

See Me on YouTube!

I've posted a couple of videos of my magic and juggling performances on YouTube.

Magician and Juggler promo reel is a promotional reel of the magic and juggling show I toured across Ontario. It's pretty heavy on the juggling, but it will give you a feel for the show. If you are interested in learning more about my performances as a magician and juggler for family audiences in and around London, Ontario, visit

Spinning Plate is a routine I've been performing with great success at birthday parties and other family events. It's a lot of fun. You can get more context at this page.

Hopefully these two videos will give you a sense of what my family shows are like.

Steve Seguin
Magician and Juggler - London, Ontario

Family Magic

It's been a long time since I've posted. During that time, I've expanded my magic and juggling performances in several new directions. More specifically, I launched a very successful new website:

This site focuses on family entertainment. I've discovered that the same comedic approach that I've used for corporate audiences works with kids. And obviously, kids love juggling and magic just like adults do.

I had the opportunity to tour my magic and juggling show across Ontario to raise money for the Canadian Diabetes Association. We performed in beautiful theatres that were jam-packed with families who got to enjoy a great show while raising money for a great cause.

On a personal side, it allowed me to visit towns across Ontario that I had never been to before. As you know, I'm based in London, Ontario. With this tour, I was able to spend time in Chatham, Kitchener, Barrie, St Catherines, Midland, Owen Sound, Peterborough and other great towns throughout Ontario.

I look forward to seeing more of Ontario as the tour continues!

Steve Seguin
Magician and Juggler - London, Ontario

Monday, November 17, 2008

If You Want Your Guests to Think the Entertainment is Special, You Have to Treat It As Special

The easiest - and perhaps most important - way to make sure your entertainment is well-received is to treat it as a very special part of your event.

What does this mean?

Your guests' expectations of the entertainment are largely determined by your own attitude toward it. If you convey your excitement about the entertainer ("I've heard he's amazing, I can't wait to see it"), your guests will be excited about it. If you are luke warm about it ("Oh, we've hired some magician"), your guests will be luke warm.

The mood/expectations of an audience for an entertainer right before he or she goes on stage plays a HUGE part in determining how good that particular show will be.

Here are a few simple tips for helping create the right mood:
  • Talk it up. As mentioned before, if you drop hints and act excited your audience will be excited.
  • Include some details about the entertainer in your program.
  • Have someone high up within the organization introduce the entertainer. If the CEO or one of the VPs is bringing the entertainer on, the audience will feel it is worthwhile.
  • Time the beginning of the entertainment so that it doesn't conflict with breaks. I've seen a lot of cases where as soon as the entertainer is introduced, half the audience leaves for a cigarette break.
Steve Seguin

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Hello and Welcome!

Hi everyone!

My name is Steve Seguin. I have been providing very funny and intelligent entertainment to corporate audiences for more than 18 years. I'm currently based in London, Ontario, Canada, but my clients bring me all over North America to perform at their events.

I've found over the years that people have mixed experiences booking entertainment for their events. Most people have never booked a magician or a comedian or a juggler before and don't know what to look for or what to ask. A good entertainer can make an already good event exceptional. A bad entertainer can reflect poorly on you and your company.

My goal here is to share some of my experiences working with corporate audiences and offer advice how how to best utilize entertainment in a corporate environment.

I look forward to sharing with you as well as reading your comments.

If you want to learn more about me, please visit my web site: