Cody Clark: A Different Way of Thinking

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  1. Stu Lewis on July 22, 2017 at 10:11 pm

    The magic is of high quality (though not intended to fool magicians). I especially liked his original approach to the cups and balls. Most magicians simply do it as a demonstration of skill. Cody has the skill, but he turns it into a story about his own ineptness at sports. More important, however, is his willingness to share his experiences growing up on the “autism spectrum.” He tells how his parents were told he would never be able to make a living, and now he is a professional magician. He has a totally engaging personality. Highly recommended.

  2. Lynn Snyder Harrington on July 24, 2017 at 12:53 pm

    Cody Clark is funny, smart, energetic, and very good at engaging with the audience. I was charmed by the way he told his story, openly and unafraid to share himself with us. His show was well-crafted and I left feeling relaxed and happy.

  3. Julia Clark on July 24, 2017 at 5:52 pm

    You did it! Congrats Cody Clark…great show…going to bring my daughter to see it!

  4. Br. John on July 30, 2017 at 7:39 pm

    The moment I met this young Brother, I was attracted by his enthusiasm. Come get educated, Laugh your can off, enjoy storytelling through superb magic. This guy is no hack. He’s profesdional 2.0. You’ll be inspired as Cody becomes vunerable & shares his life journey path of personal acceptance in a world that is less forgiving. Go see & support Cody Clark and his show. Come get educated & help break the ignorant fears & stereotype pertaining to Austism. BTW, I learned actor/comedian-Dan. Ackroyd, Susan Boyle are on the Ausberger spectum of Austism.


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