Bradley Fields


Bradley guides children on a world class journey of discovery and wonder, diving into the world of numbers and magic. Discover the beauty, the power, the magic of the language of math.

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Out of Thin Air!

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Watch closely and right before your very eyes!

...As side show hucksters, fairground fakirs, wizards and wonder workers all come to life. And make miracles appear ...OUT OF THIN AIR!

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Actor, director and one of the most acclaimed magicians in the world, Bradley Fields began professionally at the age of fourteen. Working as apprentice to actor-magician, Jack Adams, Bradley began performing in schools, nightclubs, theaters, and on television. Using comedy, mime and characterization, Fields developed a style so original, that he became the first magician to appear in rock concerts and at such legendary nightspots as New York's Gaslight, the Bitter End, Washington's Cellar Door and Chicago's Quiet Knight. Newspaper critics at the time compared him to Marcel Marceau, Charlie Chaplin, and Harpo Marx. Variety said, "What was once standard boite fare is now a real novelty. Fields impresses with his work and he walks off to much appreciation." The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle called him "New York's funniest magician."

After taking a BA in Philosophy with a minor in Theater (SUNY, Purchase), he went to Paris where he studied mime with the great master Etienne Decroux while introducing his highly unorthodox magic act into Parisian cabarets. He was featured in the French TV special, Les Cercles Magique, at the Festival de Vence, and at the Harrogate Theater in England. The Harrogate Herald said "The main attraction, magician Bradley Fields, had the entire audience spellbound."

Returning to New York, Bradley began touring college shows across the US, and throughout the late 70's, he was a featured act at Reno Sweeney's, Tramps, and other NY cabarets. After studying acting and directing for two years at the Stella Adler Conservatory, he created the role of the Barker for the hit Broadway musical, Barnum!, and designed magic for the show. Fields also continued both as opening act and headliner in top nightclubs from Chicago's Hyatt Regency to Bermuda's Princess garnering more enthusiastic notices from the press. In Chicago, The Daily News called him "a spellbinder", while the Tribune critic proclaimed he had "never seen magic with such grace and wit."

With the birth of his children, Fields took some time off to teach in the New York City Public Schools. It was there that he conceived the idea of MatheMagic!™, a show which uses magic to teach math. It has since been seen in over one thousand schools, theaters, and performing arts centers becoming one of the most highly praised and best selling educational shows in the US. In 1997 the Fairfax County Public Schools asked Bradley to develop and host the Magic in Math satellite TV series, which has since been seen in hundreds of schools nationwide.

In addition to giving two hundred performances of MatheMagic!® each school year, Bradley Fields has appeared at the National Theater, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC and became the first American magician to be presented in Beijing, China. Bradley Fields continues to present his show, Out of Thin Air!  to rave reviews, standing ovations and sold-out houses worldwide.