ARTIST OF THE IMPOSSIBLE
Bronson Chadwick is the son of acclaimed Fort Worth magician Bruce Chadwick. At the age of five Bronson had started performing his own magic act at Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth for patients there.
By the age of 16 Bronson and his crew created an award-winning magic act that involved making an assistant appear out of an empty box and levitating that person in the air.
Bronson has traveled all across America and overseas doing his Comedy Magic Shows. In January of 2015 Bronson traveled to India accompanying a team of medical missionaries. Bronson used illusions and comedy to entertain families while the medical professionals tended to the physical needs of the locals.
Bronson's performance style is that of a modernized version of the traditional cape-and-top-hat style magician. Bronson believes in revamping the classic idea of magic and adjusting carefully to meet and exceed the needs of audiences today using contemporary (but clean) humor and highly convincing magic effects.
Bronson started performing commercially in 2008 in the Dallas area. In 2011 Bronson began a 10-month performance tour across the northeastern part of the USA covering New York, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and many other cities.
Magic is the Chadwick family business so Bronson's skills developed much sooner than that of other performers.
To date Bronson has performed for thousands of audiences big and small and has more than enough amusing stories of entertaining on the road.
Bronson believes in a minimalistic approach to magic. Every prop in Bronson's show has a special purpose and every line of monologue has special meaning.
"Magic should be relatable to and interactive with the audience..." said Bronson in one Q&A. "I always want people to feel different walking out of a show than when they came into the room."
Bronson is also inspired by the writing styles of screenwriters, comedians and Hollywood directors and seeks to bring the same "magic" of film to that of a live magic production.