Lisa Menna

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Lisa Menna (born July 24, 1967) is a professional magician and philanthropist adventurer.[1] A pioneer in a typically male-dominated profession,[2] she is considered "The most influential female magician of the 20th century". [3]

Due to her original contributions to the art of magic, she became the first woman to be invited to lecture and perform at FISM. She is also the only woman to have performed in every theater of The World Famous Magic Castle in Hollywood.[4]

In the 1990s, she achieved notability and worldwide success performing as a trade show magician, known as "the Darling of Dot Com".[5]

In 2011, Menna founded the non-profit organization "Cause to Wonder". It is a theater for social change organization that has produced dozens of events.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "Lisa Menna: Magician and Free Spirit". Genii. William W. Larsen Association. 60 (3): 28–35. January 1997. 
  2. ^ "Lisa Menna, Female Magician Extraordinaire". CNN headline news. Spring 1986. 
  3. ^ "Lisa Menna: Magician". Comment Magazine. Magic Edition: 20. October 2013. 
  4. ^ "Lisa Menna: Corporate Magician". M-U-M. Society of American Magicians. 88 (8): 26–41. January 1999. 
  5. ^ "Lisa Menna: The Darling of the Dot Com.". Wall Street Journal. September 11, 2001.