From Las Vegas, Atlantic City
Also Featuring Joe Eichler and Carlos Vera

John Lombardi was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. There, he obtained a quick and clean sense of humor and wit was soon developed. He started performing at the early age of eleven, and was soon noticeably capable of bringing a crowd to tears of laughter. Prompted by both his peers and the top where he began to study dance and choreography to enhance his ebullient comedic talent. Gemini combines stage illusion, dance, comedy, romance, audience participation, ventriloquism, and great fun into one astonishing show. This work is a true passion of John’s. Extremely personable, and always willing to go the extra mile, you will undoubtedly find him performing equally as well off stage as on. Close up table magic and at hand performances with and for children are just a few more phenomenal talents to add to his full repertoire.

There was a time, not so long ago, when only friends and by passers walking down a New York street saw bright promise combined with energetic talent when entertainer Gemini strutted his stuff. Now, several Vegas, Palladium, Atlantic City and hundreds of Comedy Clubs later, his magic and ambience are changing things. Whether he is appearing in Vegas or at a local Comedy Club, people across the country look forward to seeing this “Maestro of Magic & Laughter”, bringing their friends to sharing in the fun. Everything about Gemini and his show is a cut above fantasy. His magic, his jokes, the way he reads the audience easier than a front page headline. Because of his unique style of showmanship he not only keeps the show in motion with his jokes, he has several magic sets as well. Gemini is also an accomplished ventriloquist, with several “friends” that keep the audience in the palm of his hand. Born in Brooklyn, New York, his streetwise sense of humor and wit came in handy throughout his life “in the neighborhood.” As he says, “I do a little bit of comedy and a little bit of magic. What you laugh at, that’s the comedy. What you don’t, well, that’s the magic