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Classic Magic: 4,000 Years of Creativity

Classic Magic: 4,000 Years of Creativity Nathan Coe Marsh’s Brand New Show

I am delighted to announce a brand new show available for discerning audiences at live events.

Classic Magic is my tribute to the extraordinary artists on whose shoulders I stand as a performer.

The great “composers” of magic — the creators of the masterpieces that have been personalized and updated by generations of magicians; “our” Mozart, “our”… Continue reading

Magic in Polynesia: Image Gallery

Magic in Polynesia: Images Behind The Scenes

I had a phenomenal time providing headline entertainment aboard Holland America Line’s flagship, the Amsterdam, as part of her 2018 Grand World Voyage. Between stops in Pape’ete, Mo’orea, Bora Bora, Niue, and New Zealand I had the pleasure of performing for a great group of passengers. Here are a few of my favorite images from the trip.

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TBT: Nathan Coe Marsh Interview

#TBT: A Conversation with Nathan Coe Marsh

Back in 2012 I had a great conversation with Sarasota newspaper The Observer about my influences, my background, and the state of my work at the time. This was just as I was slowly phasing out of close-up magic, which was the focus of the first 4 years or so of my career, and into the headline show which has completely edged out… Continue reading

An Evening of Magic at Carmine Oddities Boutique

An Evening of Magic At Carmine Oddities Boutique

Saturday, December 2nd
Doors: 7:30p | Show: 8p | Free Admission | Ages 18+ | Admission by reservation

Three phenomenal magicians, one unforgettable evening. We’ll be filming some exciting new material and that means you get to enjoy a free show from performers featured on Penn & Teller: Fool Us, America’s Got Talent, and on stages in over 50 countries.

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Behind the Magic: An Interview with Nathan Coe Marsh

Behind the Magic: An Interview with Nathan Coe Marsh

I had a blast talking to Danielle Palli of Birdland Media Works Podcast. We dig into everything from dealing with the uncertainty of entrepreneurial business, to the amazing work done by the Circus Arts Conservatory’s Laughter Unlimited community outreach program, to performing with food poisoning on Andros Island.

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Nathan Coe Marsh: New Demo Video!

Nathan Coe Marsh: New Demo Video!

This is a 2 minute peek at dynamic live event entertainment that captivates, engages, and connects audiences at corporate events and trade association conventions:

Nathan Coe Marsh: 2 Minute Demo

What projects in your pipeline could benefit from a creative, engaging, live entertainment experience? I’d love to learn more about what you’re working on and see if my work makes sense for you (as… Continue reading

Magic in New England and the Canadian Maritimes

Magic in New England and The Canadian Maritimes Behind The Scenes

What a joy providing headline entertainment for Holland America Lines aboard the Zuiderdam for three weeks this past October. I loved exploring Quebec City (the Old City is beautiful and one of my favorite places), Saguenay, Prince Edward Island, Halifax, New York City, Boston, and New Port, Rhode Island. Here are some of my favorite images from the journey.… Continue reading

Alaska: Inside Passage

Alaska Inside Passage:

A look at providing headline entertainment for Norwegian Cruise Lines.

It was a privilege providing headline entertainment aboard the Norwegian Jewel between Seattle, Skagway, Ketchikan, Juneau and Victoria. Here are some of my favorite images from the trip.

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3 Videos to Celebrate National Magic Day

It is National Magic Day!

You may know October 31 as some other major holiday (also a favorite of mine), but on October 31 of 1926 Harry Houdini died after being punched by an overzealous fan several days earlier. This is the day on which, for decades since, seances have been held to contact Houdini. Harry spent much of his life debunking fake spirit mediums who used magicians’ tricks to… Continue reading