Magic in Motion with Bill Blagg


Wed., Apr. 8, 2020 · 10:00am
Wed., Apr. 8, 2020 · 12:30pm

In alignment with the policies put forth by the CDC and University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, recommending the cancellation or postponement of in-person events that consist of 50 people or more throughout the United States we are canceling or postponing all events through May 15.

Refunds will be made by check via UW-Green Bay and payable to the original payee. Please allow several weeks for the refund to be received.

Curriculum Connections: Science/Math, Theatre

Bill Blagg’s Magic in Motion melds the fascination of magic with the wonders of physical science to create an unbelievable educational experience!

In this highly visual, interactive show, students will be on the edge of their seats as they explore how science creates magic right before their very eyes!  Their jaws will drop in amazement as ordinary objects come to life, while others defy gravity with a simple clap of the hands and so much more!

Students will learn first-hand how to create illusions using core scientific principles such as force, energy, friction, motion and more.  Together with Bill they will apply these principles in a variety of magical experiments that will bend the laws of science and create the impossible!  Science and magic will collide as students instantly become stronger than their teachers, stop moving objects with their minds and even make a teacher’s cell phone invisibly travel through time!  You have to see it to believe it!

Magic in Motion is a magic filled, educational experience that is designed to inspire students to investigate how physical science can create magic while also playing an important role in their daily lives!

Bill Blagg’s Website
Study Guide

Extend the Day: The programs with UWGB’s College of Science, Technology and Engineering, Neville Museum and National Railroad Museum are sold out.  Please contact us at to be added to a waiting list.