When tasked with providing party entertainment to discerning guests, event professionals in the know turn to Alexander Boyce. Within just a few years he’s made a splash on the scene with his impossible magic, thrilling sleight of hand, and an ability to thrive in any situation. While equipped with remarkable sleight of hand technique, what really distinguishes him as a corporate magician is an understanding that each event, party, or celebration is unique and requires a unique approach. Whether that means needing to impress a VIP client or making the guest of honor the star of the show, Boyce knows what needs to happen to make the evening absolutely fun, memorable, and an all around success. Sometimes that means interactive up close magic during a cocktail hour, an after dinner show for a group of hundreds, or a fun demonstration to break up a morning meeting session.
As a millennial party magician, gone are the old fashioned tuxedos and embarrassing jokes. Instead the focus is on event entertainment that is quick to surprise and leave critical thinkers wondering “How did he do it?” on the trip home.
Boyce is a NYC magician who has performed extensively in New York and around the world, as distant as Cuba and London. Outside the event industry, Boyce's magical work was recently put to use as the Magic Consultant at Lincoln Center on How to Transcend a Happy Marriage by Sarah Ruhl starring Marisa Tomei, and the Netflix feature, The Week Of, starring Adam Sandler and Chris Rock. He’s worked wonders as a magician for hire at NYC institutions including The Friar’s Club, The Player’s Club, and The Rainbow Room. Along with appearing as exclusive party entertainment he regularly stars in Speakeasy Magick at the McKittrick Hotel and Off-Broadway at Monday Night Magic.