From the moment he takes the stage,
It's obvious to see why Mondre has been called one of the smoothest
practitioners of the Art of Magic. He's a Magician's Magician, with
television appearances and international performances in Australia,
Greece, Switzerland and Bermuda as well as domestic appearances
throughout the U.S.
Mondre is the first and only African-American Magician to win the
prestigious Grand Prix Magiques de Monte Carlo, an invitation only
magic competition sponsored by Prince Albert and the Royal Family of
In addition to this historic winning, he is also the winner of The
Siegfried And Roy Bronze Lions Head Award.
And now, Mondre has parlayed these, and many of his other accolades
into his first indefinite Las Vegas Residency at the World Famous
Stratosphere Hotel and Casino.
With this latest accomplishment, Mondre has earned the distinction
of, once again, being the first African-American Magician in over a
decade to earn a residency on the World Famous Las Vegas Strip.
Mondre is also a regular performer at the World Famous Magic Castle
in Hollywood, CA, and continues to win the respect of his peers by
bringing the age-old art of Sleight-of-Hand into the 21st century
with a style and grace that can only come with years and years of
His performance is sure to excite, delight and mystify the senses...
Mondre currently resides in Las Vegas, NV and can be seen in the
upcoming film documentaries: "Quiet Masters", "The Heart and Soul Of
Magic", and "The African-American Masters of Magic Project".