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Magic in the Gardens presents Magic Jack Maxwell

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11000 SW 57th Ave

11000 Southwest 57th Avenue

Pinecrest, FL 33156

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Join Magic Jack Maxwell for an interactive afternoon of laughter and mind-bending entertainment.

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Join Magic Jack Maxwell for an interactive afternoon of laughter and mind-bending entertainment. Jack Maxwell, known professionally as “Magic Jack,” is a master magician who performs throughout the entire United States and abroad. As audience members become part of the show each performance becomes uniquely crafted to create a one-of-a-kind experience for everyone in attendance. He first uncovered his passion for performance when he was only seven years old, committing himself wholeheartedly to developing his act. Landing a job at a magic shop when he was eleven, he found ample opportunity to build a stage presence and by the time he was in high school, he had found his voice, characterized with humor and showmanship. When he’s off-stage you can find Magic Jack training the next generation of magicians in his magic camp and performing for blue-chip companies such as GE, Coca-Cola and Lionsgate Entertainment.

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11000 SW 57th Ave

11000 Southwest 57th Avenue

Pinecrest, FL 33156

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Pinecrest Gardens, South Florida’s Cultural Arts Park, is a premier venue for the arts, education, environmental conservation and preservation. On any given day one can attend a concert or play, visit the Hibiscus Gallery, tour the 14-acres of native forested wetland, tropical hardwood hammock and native cypress slough or take a class in art or horticulture. The park attracts over 150,000 visitors each year and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in October 2011, making it historically significant on a local, state and national level.

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