Since 1981 Scott Wolf has been performing and studying the art of illusion after wittnessing a famous con game typically played on the streets of New York City. Several years later he met and became friends with a television producer and director who was also a very talented magician. This afforded Scott to learn many creative ways to present his magical routines.
Since that time his career has taken him to several different countries on five continents around the globe. He has been featured on numerous television programs such as Inside Edition, Real TV, and The Ananda Lewis Show. His unique and most dangerous fire eating act has garnered him spots in the 1993 movie "Posse" and at the Bellagio and Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Scott is the past president of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, a member of the Society of American Magicians, as well as a member of the world famouse Magic Castle in Hollywood, California
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
No ID required, however because of the nature of the event young children under 5 years old should not attend. Scott's show is family freindly, yes, but because of the length of the show a childs attention span at that age is only about 30 minutes and they can tend to get restless sitting through almost 2 hours.
What if I don't have that much money to purchase a ticket?
Call Matthew Morris at 360-773-0183. We will work with your budget and wish to not turn anyone away because of finances.
What can I bring into the event?
A great personality and the readiness to have fun and be amazed. Also please bring a camera or video camera. Scott Wolf encourages his attendies to take all the pictures they desire and always remember to #swmagic so we can enjoy your photos and video.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For more information please contact Matthew Morris at 360-773-0183
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes, so our ticket takers can see that you have purchased a ticket. If you wish to go paperless, you can have your ticket brought up on your phone so we can scan it.
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
Absolutely! Tickets to a great magic show make awesome gifts. many time churches and other organizations purchase multiple tickets for there staff and congregation.