New York City Magician and Mentalist
Looking for a magician in New York City? Hayden is a professional magician and mentalist in New York City. He has been featured off broadway at New York’s longest running magic show, Monday Night Magic, and was recently featured on the latest season of Penn & Teller: Fool Us.
NYC Off-Broadway Magic
Hilarious, modern, and interactive magic shows in New York City
Don’t expect an old-school magician.
New York City is modern, and Hayden is a modern magician in New York City! Hayden’s shows combine magic and comedy into a magic show that adults and families will enjoy.
Hayden performs close up magic shows in NYC as well as strolling magic for private events in New York City and beyond!
Is your event online? Check out Hayden’s Virtual Magic Show!
Why You Should Work with Hayden
Hayden has been performing magic since he was 10 years old. He has also been as a magician for corporate events since he was in business school. With years of experience doing hundreds of events, Hayden has experience working just about any type of room and venue.
As a magician in New York City, you get all the perks of hiring a NYC magician. The main perk being Hayden lives near your event! If you need recommendations on event venues in the NYC area o
Booking is done instantly and easily through Square’s online portal. To reserve a date and time only a $500 deposit is required.
All major credit cards are accepted, as well as Venmo and PayPal.
Which magic Show is best for your NYC event?
Hayden offers strolling magic and close-up magic shows for events in New York City.
Strolling magic involves Hayden walking around performing group-to-group performing close-up magic. If you have seen NYC magicians at Speakeasy Magick at the Mckittrick Hotel, this is similar. Strolling magic is a popular option in New York City for cocktail parties, dinner parties, corporate events, bat/bar mitzvahs, weddings, and trade shows.
Close-up magic shows involve the audience seated or standing, watching the magic show from beginning to end. If you have seen other magic shows in New York such as The Magician at the Nomad, this is a similar format.