Amanda Lindsey


Talent Director, Resident House Magician, & Co-Founding Member

Amanda Lindsey has been performing her act full-time for over four years and produces astonishing feats of magic. She started to get into magic when she was 8 and performed her first magic show at age 11. She graduated from the University of Missouri – St. Louis with two Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Communications and received her Deaf Communications Certificate while finishing her Masters in Counseling. Her magic resume includes everything from working with bands, performing a private dinner in Las Vegas, to children’s birthday shows, carnivals, and much more. She has worked hard to become a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, Society of American Magicians, Chicago Magic Round Table, and The Academy of Magical Arts.

Amanda Lindsey is not only a professional magician but has been working for Special School District since 2014. She received not only her Masters of Education in Counseling but her certification in Deaf Communication to communicate with students who use sign language. As a result, she is a leader in providing magic shows to kiddos with abilities. She has created a sensory friendly show that is adapted for all kiddos to have an opportunity to participate. You can expect to see choice boards and communication devices so your kiddo can act independently during the show. Not only will a kiddo leave the show with a huge smile from having too much fun but will also walk away feeling empowered from being the real star of the show.

(Also if you are looking for an adapted show for adults you are in the right place! Amanda does shows for all ages and believes magic should be accessible and available to everyone!)