The Act


“Omar Pasha is one of the greatest stage acts in the history of magic.” GENII magic magazine – Washington – September 2009                  

“When you think of magical black art, only one name comes to mind, Omar Pasha” MAGIC magazine – Las Vegas – August 1997

Omar Pasha is the name of a magic visual act, which is world-wide known.

Everywhere, the critics and the most varied audiences have appreciated its originality and the professionalism of its presentation. The act has been presented in the most different shows, as well as for international television programmes.

Objects and people appear, vanish, change of place to the will of the magician, without the use of boxes on wheels or without devices operated by assistants.

The impossible becomes possible.

Like a fairy tale, this dream spreads as a magical choreography in the style of an oriental engraving, on the spellbinding music of the Bolero by Ravel and in a frame of red lights.


The Omar Pasha act fits to all sorts of performances. It can be for a single show as well as for a long term engagement. It has also been presented on its own.

Its setting up is possible in any circumstance.

The technique is accurate enough, to adjust the act to any large or reduced space, on stages or in unexpected places.

A simple previous consultation allows to forecast any practical question.


Still in the same kind of magic and apart of the act itself, all sorts of special effects or personalised scenarios have been and can be created, for business or private events, or can be integrated in stage shows or television programmes.

Special effects and scenarios have been produced for cultural or variety shows or for such companies as Mercedes-Benz, Mobil Oil, National French Gas Company, Merieux and other medical or chemical laboratories, Lancôme perfumes, Wella hair products, etc. and for television programmes, big weddings and other festivities.


Omar Pasha is nowadays exclusively performed world-wide by the French artist Louis-Olivier Ostrowsky with the collaboration of Michelle & Ernest Ostrowsky.