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Take a trip into the furthest
reaches of your imagination with one of America's most dynamic
and talented illusionists, The Majestix. Together they have
stunned audiences with their passionate, powerful and
breathtaking Concert of Illusion. Michael Giles and Stacy Jones
weave a rich fabric of magic, music and choreography to create a
visual feast for the eyes.
Stacy Jones was born with magic coursing through her veins. The
daughter of famed illusionist, Chuck Jones, Stacy got her start
at the age of four and has been hopping in and out of boxes ever
since. She performed with her father all over the United States
and across the globe. After college, Stacy went on to work with
over a dozen other magicians, gaining enormous experience.
Stacy's incredible background in magic propelled her from
assistant to Magician with skills unmatched by any female
illusionist in the world.
Michael Giles had dreamed of being a magician since he was a
young boy. At the age of 12, Michael began performing close-up
magic at nightclubs, colleges, and just about anywhere else
there was an audience. In 1986, Michael made his debut at the
world famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, and a new career was
launched! In 1989, Michael entered a magic competition sponsored
by "The Pacific Coast Association of Magicians" and walked away
with "Stage Magician of the Year" award. Not only was he awarded
a trophy, but also he was chosen to represent the United States
in a world magic competition in Tokyo, Japan.
In 1990, Michael Giles and Stacy
Jones decided to merge their talents, creating a team that has
seen an astonishing ascent to the top of their art, which has
caught the eye of the world. Their unique and original illusions
have set them apart and earned them the distinction of a Cover
Story in the international magazine, "Magic" as well as multiple
spots on NBC's, "World's Greatest Magic".
The Majestix have performed in over
16 countries across six continents, earning accolades around the
world. They have performed in venues such as Caesar's Palace in
Las Vegas, the New Reno Hilton, The Showboat in Atlantic City,
and starred in Dick Foster's latest production, "Eclipse", which
was playing at Harrah's Hotel and Casino in Lake Tahoe, NV.
The Majestix have also incorporated the use of exotic cats in
their show. The exotic Bengal Tiger long noted for their mystery
and regal beauty, Michael Giles and Stacy Jones have turned
their passion for these beautiful creatures into a show of power
and amazement. Their 600-pound Bengal tiger, Nikko, rounds out
this magical family. Having raised him from infancy, they
possess a unique, oneness with this magnificent feline.
It is this untiring effort and seemingly endless well of
inspiration that has made The Majestix one of the most riveting,
powerful, and dynamic entertainers on the magic scene today.
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