Live Performances by The Steelgraves
Below are some short videos. We hope you enjoy! For more info on what we can perform in YOUR show, contact us!
The "Wreath Routine" is one of The Steelgraves' most popular routines, and is featured in most performances. The music may vary, but the "duo" factor remains the same. One thing that sets their show apart from other magicians' is their on-stage partnership. (2:49 run time)
At the Cape Cod Festival of Magic in So. Yarmouth, MA. The Steelgraves were the co-creators of the Festival, which brought in dozens of nationally-acclaimed performers in its 4-year run. The Steelgraves were also featured performers in 3 of the 4 annual events. Apologies for the video quality (iPhone) and harsh lighting which obliterates some of the details in this colorful act. (4:35 run time)
Performing one of The Steelgraves' signature illusions before a live studio audience of The Nite Show with Danny Cashman in Bangor, ME. This illusion is one of the options that can be included in stage illusion shows. We call it "The Basket of Mystery".... (3:14 run time)
This act was taped at a fundraiser performance at the Broadway Theater in Pitman, NJ, where The Steelgraves were one of five featured acts from around the country. The background is the set for the theater's then-current production, and was not able to be blocked out with curtains. This routine is only available as part of a variety show and can only be performed on a stage. But it's a lot of fun! (7:47 run time)
Performing at the Red Jacket Beach Resort on Cape Cod with a lively young volunteer. The Steelgraves were the featured entertainers for the Resort chain for 11 years, performing 4-6 weeks each year. The video isn't the best quality (again, iPhone...sorry...) but it's a fun routine and one Markus performs in many shows. With audience participation, no two performances are exactly alike, and that's part of the charm! (5:39 run time)
General promo video compilation; it's a bit on the "older" side, but The Steelgraves do still perform many of the routines. (2:17 run time)