The Illusionists: Magic Of The Holidays begins performances on Broadway

The Illusionists' latest Broadway engagement runs through to December 30, 2018 at the Marquis Theatre.

The Illusionists: Magic Of The Holidays

Could It Be Magic?... Yes! The international touring troupe of magicians known as The Illusionists return to the Great White Way today, presenting a limited Holiday Season engagement at Broadway's Marquis TheatreThe Illusionists - Magic Of The Holidays is scheduled to run through to December 30, 2018.

Known for its rotating cast of expert illusionists, Magic Of The Holidays stars the 2018 winner of "America's Got TalentShin Lim (as “The Manipulator”), Darcy Oake (as “The Grand Illusionist”), Adam Trent (as “The Futurist”), Colin Cloud (as “The Deductionist”), and Chloe Crawford (as “The Sorceress”), alongside special guests Light Balance.

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 have also entertained audiences in London's West End, as well as in cities across the United States and Canada, and have made a variety of televised appearances, including "Magic Castle," "The Royal Variety Performance," and "America's Got Talent."

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.

Next up at the Marquis Theatre will be the Broadway premiere of Tootsie, set to begin previews on March 29, 2019, ahead of an official opening on April 23.

The Illusionists - Magic Of The Holidays Tickets are available now for performances through to December 30, 2018.

(Photo courtesy of Boneau/Bryan-Brown)