Misha Tuesday is available for guest spots on radio, television, or podcasts--and can perform magic across these media. For more information contact Tuesday Productions, LLC at 734-506-0650 or use our contact form.
Detroit Metro Times profile published February 20, 2019
University of Michigan [art]seen review of Mystic Nights show published March 29, 2019
Misha Tuesday uses magic, mind reading, and hypnosis to entertain, to inspire, and to empower. Misha’s presentations can be adapted to fit any event, training, meeting, or trade show. Mr. Tuesday’s appearances range from entertainment to professional development to keynotes. By eliciting our childlike instincts to be curious and playful, we can enhance our creativity and positivity—to see existence as an adventure, a challenge to rise to, and a mystery to explore.
Misha Tuesday grew up in a haunted farmhouse in Pennsylvania, where he witnessed many apparitions and other psychic phenomena. He began having visions at 5, conducted his first seance at 8, received his first Tarot deck at 11, and built his own homemade unicycle at 14. In the fields, he learned object manipulation with potatoes, which are the perfect weight-to-size ratio for juggling.
Misha Tuesday studied theater arts at Front & Center Stage School, music theory at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, stage magic with private instructors, and hypnosis with the world-famous Mike Mandel at the University of Toronto. Misha has performed at top venues for major organizations: venues include Joe Louis Arena, Chicago’s Navy Pier, and the Orleans Casino in Las Vegas; his clients include Google, USA Financial, and Canadian Club Whiskey.
Misha Tuesday is the first magician east of the Mississippi to accept Bitcoin (and the second in the United States)
He successfully predicted a headline of the Chicago Tribune, with the prediction envelope safeguarded a week in advance by Chicago Alderman Harry Osterman
In addition to live performances, Misha can also perform interactive magic and mind reading with radio, television, and podcast audiences