"Where Magic and Entertainment Come Together!"
2003 Greater Atlanta Magician of The Year! Gwinnett Magazine says, "...the routine performed by
Magician Paul Sponaugle [is] a must-see performance..."
Paul performs Magic nightly!
See some real-life reactions to Paul's Magic
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Who is Paul?
Paul has been active in magical entertainment
for over 40 years, and has performed
all across the United States and in Canada.
Specializing in both cabaret and close-up magic,
Paul will thrill your client, prospect or audience with a
unique style of performance that will leave people remembering
...and the time they spent at your company event.
What are your needs?
...or just Good, Healthy Fun!,
Paul will tailor the show to your special needs
and design effects specifically for your group.
If you have a trade show, convention, or hospitality suite,
Paul will draw big crowds to your booth,
or keep them at your hospitality suite.
Laughs, smiles and amazed looks are a trademark
of all Paul's performances. Paul's magic is virtually
guaranteed to make your event or location a
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Paul has performed for the largest of companies,Please click any of the links on the bottom of this page to find out even more!
yet has a special fondness for the smallest of tikes!
Paul has shows especially suited for children's entertainment.
Whether it is a birthday party or school assembly,
Paul's shows have excited and delighted
audiences with his unusual magical antics.
Paul has often been asked to perform at the combined
annual Christmas banquets of the Georgia Magic Club
and the Atlanta Society of Magicians.
Magical Offices and Memberships that Paul has held include:
- Member, International Brotherhood of Magicians
- Member, Society of American Magicians
- President (Three Terms), Georgia Magic Club
- President, Atlanta Society of Magicians
- WV Mountain State Mystics Co-Founder & President
- Territorial V.P., Georgia, Society of American Magicians
- Board of Directors, Georgia Magic Club
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