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Prepare to be amazed at the New York debut of two acclaimed Swedish magicians.
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About Stalker

In the ever-evolving Information Age, what do we really know about one another? In the new and uncanny magic show Stalker, how quickly and deeply we understand one another is brought to dazzling and theatrical life by Swedish street magicians and illusionists Peter Brynolf and Jonas Ljung, handpicked by magic legends Penn & Teller. Catch the once-in-a-lifetime performance, coming to New World Stages from March 18, and get Stalker tickets on New York Theatre Guide now.

The Swedish duo achieved the extraordinary feat of outwitting the iconic Penn & Teller on their debut appearance on the long-standing series, Penn & Teller: Fool Us! Now, Penn & Teller are reciprocating the gesture: First, they showcased Brynolf & Ljung as the opening act for their highly praised Las Vegas performance, and now, Penn & Teller are overseeing Stalker off Broadway, the magicians' New York debut.

Stalker blends street magic, breathtaking illusions, and mind-bending mentalism, promising to leave audiences both exhilarated and bewildered. Meditating on immediately available information in today's digital age, Stalker is a mind-blowing experience culminating in a climax that will shake you to your core.

After working as street magicians, Brynolf & Ljung had their international breakthrough in Britain’s Got Talent, wowing over 11 million viewers. The global stars have done shows all over the world, including in Oslo, Helsinki, Copenhagen, New Delhi, Vienna, Edinburgh, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Paris, and London. In 2009, Brynolf & Ljung won a silver medal in the Wizarding World Cup in Beijing, and in the spring of 2016, the duo debuted Hokus Pokus Motherf-ckers!, which played to sold-out houses in Sweden before taking international audiences by storm while on tour.

The director behind the show is just as starry: Edward Af Sillén is the mastermind behind the Eurovision song contest. Such a promising and experienced team means this show is sure to be a spectacular, engaging, and surprising night out, so get tickets to Stalker on New York Theatre Guide today.

Run time

1h 30m (no intermission)

Start date

March 18th, 2024

End date

September 2nd, 2024

Categories

Events, Off Broadway

Age

10+. Children under 4 are not permitted in the theater.

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Venue

340 West 50th Street, New York, NY, United States, 10019

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible

More information about Stalker

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Show schedule

Day of weekMatineeEvening
Monday-8:00 PM
Tuesday--
Wednesday-8:00 PM
Thursday-8:00 PM
Friday-8:00 PM
Saturday4:00 PM8:00 PM
Sunday3:00 PM7:00 PM

Frequently asked questions

What is Stalker about?

Experience Stalker in New York, a new magic show presented by Penn & Teller and performed by Swedish magicians Brynolf & Ljung. Fresh off a hit Norwegian run, Stalker the play comes off Broadway — with an unbelievably stunning climax — and marks the New York debut of international star magicians.

How long is Stalker?

The running time of Stalker is 1h 30m (no intermission).

Where is Stalker playing?

Stalker is playing at New World Stages. The theatre is located in New York, NY, United States, 10019.

How much do tickets cost for Stalker?

Tickets for Stalker start at $64.

What's the age requirement for Stalker?

The recommended age for Stalker is 10+. Children under 4 are not permitted in the theater..

How do you book tickets for Stalker?

Book tickets for Stalker on New York Theatre Guide.

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