- An Interactive Experience: Stand-up Platform Show
- Illusion & Reality: Mid-Size Illusion Show
- Caused a computer to instantly teleport from one side of the stage to the other.
- A unique style, a compelling creative vision, & an engaging personality
- Levitation, disappearances, & one of the largest mind reading attempts in history take place Live
- An unprecedented attempt to read the minds of each & every person in the stadium at the exact same time.
Michael Grandinetti is redefining the word “Magician”. By combining stunning sleight of hand, innovative platform effects, and spectacular grand illusions with his creative vision and engaging personality, Michael shows his audiences a side of magic they will not soon forget.
Michael’s incredible magic has been featured on
NBC’s “The World’s Most Dangerous Magic II”,
‘New York Today”,
“FOX & Friends”,
“Crook & Chase”,
“The Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon”, two years in a row.
He has also appeared on radio stations across the country, including several nationally syndicated broadcasts.
Michael has also created and developed custom presentations for Fortune 500 companies and major corporations including Mazda, Hewlett Packard, Grainger, JDA Software, The American Marketing Association, Harley-Davidson, Benjamin Moore Paints, and Bayer and has designed original illusions for national and international film, television, and stage productions.
With his unique ability to design and incorporate magic to fit any theme, Michael’s work has been featured in sales programs, trade shows, and corporate galas around the country, showcasing his client’s products, messages, and team members in unique and memorable ways.
With a true passion for amazing audiences, Michael has performed at Heinz Hall with Marvin Hamlisch and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Grand Central Station and the Javits Center in New York City, Navy Pier in Chicago, the MGM Grand at Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Connecticut, the Fairmont Orchid Resort in Hawaii, and on the red carpet of ESPN’s ESPY Awards held at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood.
Michael was honored to be a featured performer at the White House.
The World Series Champion Philadelphia Phillies invited Michael to open one of their home games at Citizens Bank Park stadium with his original, large-scale visual illusions.
During the show, Michael made the 7ft, 300lb Phillies mascot, The Phanatic, instantly appear in the outfield, teleported selected Phillies items from one side of the field to the other, caused 200 baseballs to fill a once empty box, and levitated 15ft over the pitcher’s mound to retrieve the game ball. In addition, after the 5th inning, Michael performed one of the largest live interactive illusions in history when he predicted the thoughts of each and every person in the stadium at the same time.
“The reviews are in and you were a big hit. The show was outstanding!”
“The show had a great energy and the audience was completely engaged. Your stage presence, charm, and wit were perfect.
You are a fantastic entertainer and a pleasure to work with.
“Thanks for making our opening a huge ‘WOW’ for our client and attendees.
It was truly a pleasure to work with you!”
“Our audience found your illusions to be very unique, intriguing and entertaining. And, you tied our message in to really sell the crowd.
The outcome was phenomenal!”
Michael Grandinetti goal is to provide each client with exceptional entertainment that perfectly fits both their vision and their budget.
The Philadelphia Phillies
The American Marketing Association
Benjamin Moore Paints
NFL halftime show we performed in September for the Carolina Panthers game against the New York Giants at Bank of America Stadium.
Performing illusions in the round while completely surrounded by over 70,000 people was definitely an interesting experience! We packed a ton of magic into this show, with people appearing, vanishing, shrinking in size, and even levitating 10ft into the air to reach a team autographed football (which was presented to a Panthers fan in the audience). All of this took place right on the 50 yard line.