Cowmedy Entertainment at its Best!


About M00


Milk is magical, cheese is juggle-able, and cows are cool!

Todd Charles (aka "The Moogician") has been a comedy-variety entertainer all of his life.  His original and refreshing material that combines magic, juggling, music, and comedy, has taken him all over the world, performing in theaters, fairs, festivals, comedy clubs, and on cruise ships.

​It was while living on a dairy farm in upstate New York that Todd began to appreciate all the caring & quality work that went into bringing milk and dairy products to the store shelves.  Soon he was inspired to create an entire show with dairy themed material, performing his magic with milk, juggling cheese, and all things MOO! 

For more details on Todd's experience and background please visit www.toddcharles.net

The show is all about FUN!

It’s a non-stop, quick moving, high-energy show!  

Todd loves performing, and it shows! Milk appears, disappears, switches places, pours, and doesn't pour. Cheese balls appear, multiply, bounce around and juggle.

Audience participants become superstars, “Dairy-Ann” the cow keeps producing milk, and at the very end, she’s spinning around Todd’s head with her barnyard friends, one of the wildest and funniest routines you'll ever see!

Add some good down-home banjo pickin’, and you have one mootastic show! 


Where does the Moogician perform?

The Moogician Show is a favorite at State & County Fairs, Festivals, Agri-Tourism Destinations, Libraries, and all sorts of private events that are interested in "not the same ol same ol" comedy magic & variety entertainment. 


Services Available

~ Stage Shows;  Family-Friendly and appropriate for any age, children to seniors.  The Moogician tailors each show with age appropriate material.

~ Strolling/Roving entertainment;  Pre-Show, between shows, or even on it's own, the  Moogician offers walk around entertainment that includes interactive magic and juggling, either in the stage wardrobe or in the custom one-of-a-kind ”Milk Can Illusion Cowstume."