In 1977, at age 30, William H. "Doc" Eason took a 2 week motorcycle vacation from his home in California and journeyed to Snowmass, Colorado to visit some old fraternity brothers. These friends co-owned the Tower Restaurant with John Denver. As fate would have it, one of the first people he met in Snowmass was legendary bar magician, Bob Sheets. This chance meeting changed the course of Doc’s life forever. The two week vacation turned into an incredible run of over 27 years. He never returned to California and to make a long story very short, Doc had Bob’s old job as the magic bartender and featured entertainer at John Denver’s World Famous Tower Comedy Magic Bar and Restaurant until it closed its doors on April 10, 2004.
In March of 2005, he was honored by the Academy of Magical Arts/ The Magic Castle in Hollywood as the first recipient of Bar Magician of the Year.
His unique style of magic, his humorous repartee and the warm personal attention he pays to his customers are all reasons that many people returned year after year, always bringing new friends to join in the fun. His remarkable memory still enables him to remember faces and names from year to year.
Over the past several years, he has drawn on his experiences as a salesman and a magical entertainer and is speaking to corporate groups and associations on the "Therapy of Humor." His theme of "Put a Little Magic and Humor Back into Your Lives" has been enthusiastically received all over the US and in Canada and Mexico, as well. His 45 minute presentation will touch on the therapeutic qualities of laughter and humor. Doc’s comedy magic act will amaze and amuse while you receive solid suggestions on how to add humor into your every day routines.
More than just a speaker, he mesmerizes your group while strolling through the cocktail hour. Then, following his formal presentation, he entertains the members of your group with his award winning close up magic.
The result is a dynamite entertainment package that your group will long remember.
A devoted family man, Doc is a dad to 3 children, Mack (22), Ryan (19), and Katy Rose (13).
The Therapy of Laughter
The Beneficial Aspects of Positive Humor in our Lives