Magicians: Magic Unlimited

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Oscar, Renzo & Mara - were as young as 15, 13 and 14 when in 1996 the three of them decided to form the group Magic Unlimited. Even then, it was their idea to combine spectacular illusions and magic with contemporary music, dance, dynamics and romance. This idea of theirs turned out to hit a bulls eye and within a few short years they grew out to be Europes most popular illusionists.

In 1999 they were asked to perform at a special gala in Las Vegas for the first time and less than 6 months later, at the request of many, they returned to this international centre of entertainment in the US to perform in the famous casino/theatre Caesars Palace. This successful performance was taped by NBC television and televised coast-to-coast.

In Europe, theatre and TV performances followed in rapid succession. In 2000, during a series of shows in Paris, France, The City of Lights, - Oscar, Renzo & Mara - were invited to appear in a renown TV show on the French TF-1 channel. Much to their surprise and completely unexpectedly, they were awarded the Mandrake d Or after this performance. This is the prestigious international special achievement award for illusionists, which is granted annually.

In 2001, - Oscar, Renzo & Mara - hosted 8 immensely popular magic shows for Dutch national TV. Because of their dazzling and dynamic presentation and wonderful personalities they gained a massive Dutch audience. Broadcaster Tros decided to continue the shows in 2002 and 2003. During these shows they involved celebrity guests in baffling tricks and illusions.

There was no stopping themĶ.Late 2002, - Oscar, Renzo & Mara - started to tour the theatres. Currently they travel from one packed European stage to the next, and they are booked solid up to April 2005.

Dutch Tros-television decided to broadcast 16 (!) new magic shows on prime-time during the year 2005.

They are regular guests in theatres and TV shows all over Europe. Well-known TV shows, such as Le plus grand cabaret du Monde in France, Traumt?nzer and Fernsehgarten in Germany, Worlds Greatest Magic in the US and many more, regularly invite these young, sympathetic magic entertainers. - Oscar, Renzo & Mara - have turned into popular illusionists the world over.