Acclaimed from Los Angeles to Monte Carlo as the premier female magician in the world today, the alluring Connie Boyd is a gifted entertainer whose award winning style of legerdemain has astounded audience worldwide.

"The Beauty of Magic" starring Connie Boyd, literally and figuratively the personification of the beauty of magic, is an artful blend of theater, dance, romanticism, humor and mystery combined with original illusion presentations that have garnered her numerous awards and critical acclaim.

With a sophisticated style and a feminine flair for illusion, her show is a refreshing departure from magical norms cleverly combining romance, elegance and humor.

Connie expresses herself by developing and performing illusions, much like a songwriter composes and refines a song. Using music, lighting and visual effects she takes the audience on an aesthetic journey of sights and sounds to dazzle the senses.

A consummate professional, Connie’s effervescent personality and genuine love for magic and theater are clearly evident on stage as is her dedicated determination to constantly perfect her craft.

Connie’s fascination with magic is long standing. The influences of professional theater and ballet are clearly evident in her presentations, which are a spellbinding combination of charm, poise and grace.

Through devotion to her craft and a strong desire for perfection in her performance, Connie has achieved an enviable record and increasing worldwide recognition, which includes:

WINNER "Best Cabaret Magician" The World Magic Awards
Nationwide televised broadcast – FOX Family

RECIPIENT "Mandrake d"Or" Paris, France
This prestigious French award is presented to select magicians whose performances are recognized to be the best in their field.

AWARDED "Prix du Public" Grand Prix Magiques
This event is sponsored by the Royal Family of Monaco in which, by invitation only, magicians from a variety of countries perform in a Gala magic show. The jury (including Prince Rainier and Prince Albert of Monaco) present specific awards to selected artists whose performances merit special recognition.

The Canadian-born performer was the first female variety star of the fabled "Folies Bergere" at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas, she also appeared at Bally’s as the
featured artist in the production "Jubilee" and as Louie Anderson’s opening act. Connie opened for country music superstar Eddy Arnold on several occasions and held the honor of performing as his special guest artist at his final retirement performance at the Orleans Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas in May 1999.

Considered too be a pioneer in her field, Connie completed a four-year world tour which included five continents. In many cases she has been the first female magician ever engaged to "appear" on stage and television in a variety of venues internationally and domestically.

"Connie Boyd shattered the glass ceiling of magic to become the foremost female magician of our time."