Project Graduation Entertainment

Brian Miller Project Graduation Magician

“Thanks SO much for doing our event! All the students I’ve spoken with have given you top spot of the night!!!”
-Lenore M, Project Grad Chair
Nathan Hale Ray High School


Give your graduating seniors an incredible send-off that they will never forget!
Connecticut magician Brian Miller is one of New England’s most highly reviewed and sought after entertainers. He was awarded “Best of 2015,” “Best of 2016,” and named #1 Entertainer in Hartford by Brian has been recognized twice as one of “America’s Best Performers” by Campus Activities Magazine.
With over 10 years in front of thousands of audiences in 30 states and on 4 continents, you are guaranteed a world class experience that your students will be raving about.

“Brian was GREAT! We will definitely be reaching out to book him again. The students were so engaged that they weren’t even on their cell phones – that is saying a lot!!”
-Katie Z, Assistant Dean of Students
Marianapolis School



Strolling/Social Magic: Brian mingles with students throughout the venue, performing sleight-of-hand magic mixed with laugh-out-loud humor. It is completely interactive and the humor is 100% clean. This is the perfect way to bring Brian’s unique style of entertainment to all of your students without stopping the event. It is also ideal for giving students something to do “in between” scheduled events instead of leaving them to wander aimlessly.
(Hourly rate; Discounted “all night” rate)
Stage/Stand-Up Show: A combination of magic, comedy, and mind reading that invites students on stage to become stars of the show. This is the act for which Campus Activities Magazine named Brian one of the top five performers in America – twice!
(Flat fee; 20-60 minutes)

“You were a big hit. We would love to have you back next year!”
-Kim M, Project Grad Chair
Middletown High School


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Photo credit (1st and 5th photos, left to right): Sandy Aldieri, Photographer, Perceptions Photography