Magic Ed ... as you know, you're Awesome!!!
I have seen you perform many times and enjoy your work immensely.
Ed, You are awesome!
I really enjoyed your magic and the whole evening was wonderful.
Thank you very much for being part of a very special
evening for me and making making it quite magical. Everyone really
enjoyed the magic, that you made very entertaining.
I saw your show last night and it was really funny. Would definitely
like to catch your close up show again!
I really enjoyed your show yesterday. It was really
Caught your show at the Magic Castle Thursday night. Just wanted
to let you know that we all enjoyed your "magic"card tricks. We
thought you were terrific.
You were your usual superb tonight.
I saw you last night at the Castle (first show),
and thoroughly enjoyed your performance. While most of the performances
my group saw last night were enjoyable, yours was definitely the one
my group talked about the
"He's what the Magic Castle needs, He's an entertainer!" Martin Nash talking to Milt Larsen at the far end of the palace bar.
Tippi Hedren talking to Milt Larson overheard by Juan the bartender at the main bar. "Milt, what did you think of Jason Latamer's show?" Tippi, "Jason was fabulous, but we enjoyed Ed's show more!"
Caught your show last night at the Magic Castle. It was amazing. My
friends and I were guests of Dave Cox. We had the best time and
saw your show at the end of the night. You were very funny and,
god help me, I have no idea how you did any of your magic tricks. Thanks
for a great night.
You did a great job and I was very entertained. Thanks for helping make
my evening very enjoyable.
Ed, I caught your close-up show at the Magic Castle
last Thursday, and REALLY enjoyed it -- the effects were great, but
your byplay with the audience was brilliant. Very funny stuff... it's
obvious you would be entertaining even without a deck of cards in your
You got a great response a lot of people have called and said how good
you are and how much fun they had.
we had the good fortune to catch an impromptu show by Ed Schiff in the
WC Fields Bar downstairs. He was curmudgeonly, confusing, and altogether
crabby -- in short, we loved him! Although I'm sure he doesn't fit the
image of the traditional, shiny, happy magician like those we saw in
the Palace of Mystery, his work was superb, and we appreciated his barbed
humor very much.