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Message: Posted by: Craig Dickson (May 26, 2006 12:00PM)
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The first broadcast featured Maria Ibanez, First Vice President, and Coordinator for the S.A.M. Sessions, reviewing the successes in Boston, and talking about great new ideas for Louisville in 2006!

Then there was Luna Shemada is not just a terrific performer or a creative magical force, she is also a featured performer at this year's S.A.M. National Convention AND she is also one of the panel members on the Magic With a Femenine Touch Special Session at the convention.

Listen in as Luna traces her expressions of magic through the DNA of her legendary father (Shimada), to world-wide stage experience, study of allied arts, and her own sense of drama. Young magicians will hear encouraging words from Luna as well! Luna will be featured on the innovative "All Gal Gala" stage show at the Whitney Hall Theatre on Friday, July 14, at the S.A.M. Convention in Louisville.

NOW PLAYING: Mac King, one of the funniest entertainers there is. Playing now!

Coming Up in the next 2-3 weeks:

Gene Anderson (talking about the Thursday night show "Bargatze's Boys",
and a teaser on his lecture "How to Be a Part Time Pro);

Hope Anderson (yep...more Anderson!...promoting the new talent on the
Stars of Tomorrow Show!);

Arian Black (on her career, Las Vegas, the All Gal Gala and the S.A.M.
Session/Panel discussion about "Magic with a Feminine Touch!")
Message: Posted by: Craig Dickson (Jun 6, 2006 03:56PM)
Playing now on the S.A.M. Convention Update International Podcast...

Dazzling magician Arian Black candidly discusses challenges for female pros in magic, the meaning of success, the hard work required, and some nuggets of wisdom for young people who are willing to persevere in the art of magic!

Arian is featured on the "All Gal Gala" show on Friday night, July 14 at the Kentucky Center Whitney Hall theatre, and will be on the special S.A.M. Session Panel Discussion, "Magic with a Feminine Touch", Wednesday July 12 at 2:30 p.m. at the Marriott Hotel.

Public tickets are on sale at the Kentucky Center for "Bargatze's Boys"
on Thursday July 13; the "All Gal Gala" on Friday July 14; and the "Mac King Homecoming" on Saturday, July 15. Tickets are available at the Box Office 502-584-7777.

(The panel discussion with Arian Black and Luna Shemada is available only with a Convention Registration).

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