Providing Entertainment and Consultation
for Talent Buyers and Meeting Planners Worldwide
Entertainers for Hire
We take the guesswork out of hiring professional entertainers for corporate events, private parties, birthday parties, conventions, fairs, all events. A one-stop resource for meeting planners, talent buyers and casting agencies.
Our in-house agency can handle all of the details,
plus we can provide you with links to outside talent suppliers.
Magic Web Channel provides entertainment solutions for the following:
|Advertising Agencies||Public Relations Firms||Talent Agencies|
|Meeting Planners||Convention Producers||Casting Directors|
|Casting Agencies||Association Executives||Event Organizers|
|Trade Associations||Live Event Producers||Party Planners|
|Sales and Marketing Executives||Advertising Executives||Cruise Ship Talent Buyers|
|Casino Entertainment Directors||Television Show Talent Executives||State Fair Talent Buyers|
|Human Resources Departments||Speaker Bureaus||Birthday Party Planners|
|Regional and National Organizations||Entertainment Consultants||International Trade Groups|
Plus Consumers and Business Owners for private parties, events and meetings
Need an answer right away? Call our office in Los Angeles at (310)-702-4455 for speedy answers.
(See above chart)We provide access to talent buyers in
virtually every possible venue that requires entertainment. This includes
small, private events, such as birthday parties, full-scale programs for
conventions and business meetings, and everything in between.
How can I be sure we will be pleased with the quality of the entertainer?
We provide a short list of qualified entertainers who have been screened and selected based upon their previous experience, level of skill, professionalism and area of specialty. The MWC Panel of Magic Advisors assists in the evaluation of every entertainer that we recommend. We screen all artists, watch them perform in a number of settings, either live, or on video tape.
Some performers are especially suited for children. Others are specialists in after-dinner event entertainment. Others specialize in business meetings or trade shows. We match the performer to each specific show, be it a stage show, close-up show or even strolling magic.
Yes. In addition to magicians for every possible event or application, we can also provide clowns, comedians, jugglers, ventriloquists, hypnotists and circus acts.
Magic Web Channel is recognized as a top-quality resource,
and our screening process assures talent buyers that when we recommend
an act for an event, the level of professionalism and talent is first
class. Members of our Panel of Magic Advisors consist of the
highest level of performers, consultants and inventors from the magic
Members of our Panel of Magic Advisors consist of the highest level of performers, consultants and inventors from the magic community.
Beginning with our CEO, Steve Dacri, our staff consists
of advisors and experts from all areas of the entertainment business.
Mr. Dacri, through his own production and marketing companies, has been
consulting and successfully providing magic-related entertainment to business
and private talent buyers for over 30 years. He has also been a talent
executive for several television networks, including Fox and ABC. His
specialty has been corporate applications, such as business meetings,
conventions, after dinner programs, and private functions.
Is there a charge for your services?
Not to the talent buyers. We are paid a commission (by the entertainer)for any work we provide. If the project or event requires a large amount of work and consultation, a fee is discussed and agreed upon at the beginning. There are no hidden costs.
Performers can cost anywhere from $100. to $10,000. We always work within the budget guidelines of our clients. Price is determined by the length of the show, the experience of the performer and the type of event.
We have resources all over the globe. Whenever possible, we can recommend entertainers who are near the location of the event to keep travel expenses down.
Last revised:January 8, 2006