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Harrison also does magic!

As a magician, Harrison was named one of "today's best" by Newsday and tours around the world as one of the stars of The Illusionists: Direct from Broadway, the biggest selling magic show in history, as well as the host of The Unbelievables: World's Greatest Entertainers, which toured Australia, including 22 performances at the Sydney Opera House.


The most requested performer at Monday Night Magic, the longest-running- Off-Broadway magic show in New York, Harrison also performs regularly at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, the Mystery Lounge in Boston, the Smoke and Mirrors Theater in Pennsylvania, and was one of only 30 magicians chosen to perform at the International Festival of Magic, Illusion, and the Unusual in Louisville, Kentucky.

“His stand-up is fast-paced, smart and interactive, and his illusions reveal the same caliber of creativity and cleverness”


Harrison is the proud winner of the Senator Crandall Award for Excellence in Comedy, given out annually at Abbott’s Magic Get-Together in Colon, Michigan; the recipient of a Presidential Citation from the International Brotherhood of Magicians; and an Associate Member of the Inner Circle of the Magic Circle (A.I.M.C) with Silver Star, an elite designation given by the President of the Magic Circle for exceptional performance.  He is also a counselor at Tannen’s Magic Camp, where he was formerly a camper, and has been an advisor to the Society of Young Magicians for over a decade.

“Funny man Harrison Greenbaum, brimming over with crazy, frenetic energy, blew audiences away... played to standing ovations all week”


Harrison's solo comedy+magic show, Harrison Greenbaum: What Just Happened?, debuted at the legendary New York comedy hotspot, the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, where it was the venue's first-ever magic show, before commencing an Off-Broadway run and international tour that has included performances at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C, the Magic Castle in Hollywood, California, and the legendary Comedy Cellar in New York, where it was also the Cellar's first-ever magic show.  The show was also the first-ever magic show to be featured at the National Comedy Center, in Jamestown, New York, the nation's only museum and cultural institution dedicated to celebrating the art of comedy.

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