through the ether[net]
interactive magic & mentalism demonstrations
Press for Jeanette's work includes:
Past live and virtual clients include:
This elegant, interactive magic performance occurs on screen, as well as in viewers’ homes and own hands! Weaving together science and folklore with performance and experiments, the audience co-creates the performance. This presentation will combine pieces from Andrews’ magic performance repertoire, punctuated with interactive components, such as scientific visual illusion demonstration, in which viewers learn about the eye and how to make an image disappear. Jeanette also narrates careful instructions for interactive magic tricks which audience members perform along with her in their own homes, and create magic without knowing how they accomplished these magical feats...
Performance can potentially include performing magic with the clients products (i.e.: making a product to disappear and reappear). This can be done to highlight a product or experience’s special features, etc.
Can also use an organization's current messaging or initiatives in performance.
Custom kits including branded playing cards sent directly to participants or customized and/or branded download link of needed paper supplies.
Thank you so much for your fantastic program. Everyone thought it was amazing and the best virtual program yet. I can’t wait until we can work on a live event with you!
- Illinois Science Council, Founder and virtual program booker, Monica Metzler
We LOVED your magical performance. I [was] laughing in amazement at each of your illusions!
- Dee, virtual program booker
Fantastic! Your presentation is polished and delightful!
- Adrienne Karlovitz, virtual program booker
More than just an hour's diversion and entertainment during stressful times. It was a nourishing, delightful [program] offered by one of the true bright stars in the magic world today.
Jeanette Andrews is a one-of-a kind teacher, performer and thinker. The students in this workshop were deeply grateful for this magical hour.
- Arthur Kurzweil, program participant