• Master illusionist Vitaly Beckman inspires wonder

    The Vancouver Sun
  • Illusions become an art form in Vitaly Beckman’s hands

    The Georgia Straight
  • Is literally the master of his own magical domain

    The Province

Vitaly – world-class illusionist & corporate entertainer

Vitaly Beckman began practicing the art of magic at the age of 14. As it turned out, he had found his calling! Vitaly has performed internationally in theatres, at corporate events and on TV and radio shows. Aside from writing and performing all original material, he has the distinction of having invented and designed all of his illusions. He currently resides in Vancouver, BC.

His show, VITALY: An Evening of Wonders, includes “Super Vision,” where Vitaly demonstrates his ability to read books and newspapers, from a 50-feet distance. Vitaly can make people disappear from ordinary photographs and appear on another. He also demonstrates object levitation, such as a paintbrush that paints by itself, escapes from chains using only mind power, and makes drawings of objects turn into the real thing; a concrete example of Vitaly’s belief that dreams can become reality. Exactly what happens during his popular and awe-inspiring magic shows.

As a keen observer of human behaviour, Vitaly knows that his show offers far more than magic. It goes beyond illusion to encompass the realization of our dreams and the celebration of the human spirit. With the belief that we are only limited by our own imagination, the audience gets to experience the sensation that nothing is impossible to get a glimpse of how life could be if there were no limitations.

In addition to his live performances in and around Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, Vitaly also offers corporate entertainment services and customized shows perfect for galas, conferences, and other corporate parties and special events.

“…the illusionist’s work is of magical simplicity. Objects disappear, reappear, and levitate with such startling, real-world matter-of-factness that the wonder of these moments is all the more great. There is a concreteness to the show that excites the imagination.” – Vancouver Weekly