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The Illusionists are set to return to Broadway with Magic Of The Holidays
The Illusionists - Magic Of The Holidays will play Broadway's Marquis Theatre from November 23 to December 30, 2018.
Before Tootsie lands at Broadway's Marquis Theatre next spring, the international touring troupe of magicians known as The Illusionists will return to the Great White Way with a limited engagement at the venue over the Holiday season. The Illusionists - Magic Of The Holidays will run from November 23 through to December 30, 2018.
Having previously made their Broadway debut at the Marquis Theatre in 2014 with "Witness the Impossible," before returning to New York with "Live on Broadway" at the Neil Simon Theatre in 2015 and "Turn of the Century" at the Palace Theatre in 2016, The Illusionists are certainly no strangers to the Great White Way. They has also entertained audiences in London's West End, as well as in cities across the United States and Canada. They have also been seen performing on the likes of "Magic Castle," "The Royal Variety Performance," and "America's Got Talent."
Known for its rotating cast of expert illusionists, the Magic Of The Holidays engagement is set to feature “The Grand Illusionist” Darcy Oake, “The Futurist” Adam Trent, “The Deductionist” Colin Cloud, “The Manipulator” Shin Lim, and “The Sorceress” Chloe Crawford, alongside special guests Light Balance.
This year's family-friendly show promises "even more illusions, close-up magic, mentalism, daring escapes, and technological spectacle performed by master entertainers..."
The Illusionists - Magic Of The Holidays is directed by Neil Dorward and produced on Broadway by Simon Painter, Tim Lawson, MagicSpace Entertainment, and Kilburn Live.
The Illusionists - Magic Of The Holidays Tickets are available now for performances from November 23 through to December 30, 2018.
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