Benjamin Barnes is the producer of the longest running magic show in the history of Chicago. In addition to his work as a corporate entertainer. Benjamin is also a regular performer as Hollywood's famed Magic Castle.
Three-time award winner at the prestigious World Magic Seminar in Las Vegas, Bill Cook has been hailed by his peers as the Young Master of Magic. Bill has been featured nationally and internationally on every major television network, including ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, Showtime, SyFy, The Movie Channel, Telemundo, and Italy’s Cannale 5. He has appeared on NBC's The Today Show, Wizard Wars, Penn & Teller's Fool Us, and on Extra with Mario Lopez. Bill is also one of the featured stars of Make Believe--the 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival Winner for Best Documentary. Currently, Bill is one of the stars of the CW Network's Masters of Illusion television series. Combining music with mind-blowing magic, Bill Cook’s high-energy show features comedy, drama, and interactive audience participation. His ability to entertain both young and old alike, make him one of the most versatile performers working today.
Orphaned on the streets of London, he was sent by foster parents to summer camp at the Lamaseries of Tibet to study the art of silence. His motto is “consider before you speak as to whether it is an improvement upon silence.” For over 15 years Mr. Right has dazzled audiences in major cities such as Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Chicago. His Las Vegas performances have graced venues as large as the 6,000-seat Orleans Arena and the elegant Wynn Las Vegas. In addition to performing in different venues across the U.S., Mr. Right has also performed for crowds of people all over Canada, Italy, Taiwan, and China. Jordan Wright created the character Mr. Right in 2006. During his junior year of college he became fascinated by the Surrealist movement and discovered early experimental films made by Jean Cocteau, Maya Deren, Germaine Dulac, and Luis Bunuel. Inspired by the unique way these artists used the medium of film, Jordan combined his love of magic with his interest in art and film. Inspired by the artwork of Rene Magritte and the physical comedy of Stan Laurel and Charlie Chaplin, Jordan created his pantomime character Mr. Right.
Magician and mentalist Luis Carreon became interested in magic at the age of 10, inspired by his grandfather who was a clown with the Circo de los Hermanos Vazquez, a circus which toured all over South, Central and North America. Carreon received a magic set at the age of 11, and from that moment on, his life changed. He became more intrigued with the art of magic with every passing day. After high school, he decided to take his magic and make it his profession. Today Luis appears at social and corporate events, his magic has also been featured on Univision, the international talent competition, Tengo Talento, and Sabado Gigante.