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1564 Broadway, New York, NY 10036

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Ended 1 Jan 2017 after 37 days

"For audiences searching for something truly different that will entertain, amuse and astound theatergoers of every age, this is the show for them."

Chicago Theatre Review

Closed 1 Jan 2017

The Golden Age of Magic

The biggest selling magic show in the world returns to Broadway with a brand new line-up of tricksters, conjurers and illusionists. Guaranteed to astound, baffle and entertain, this magic spectacular has just played to sell out crowds on its North American and Canadian tour. On a scale unlike anything you've ever seen before, The Illusionists is packed full of death defying stunts and set pieces that bring the art of magic right up to date. Alongside the headline performers, the show's cast also includes an army of sidekicks, a troupe of dancers and a live band.

The Illusionists: Turn of The Century

The Illusionists latest spectacular is headlined by eight miraculous, and very different, performers. Topping the bill is Rick Thomas AKA The Immortal, one of the world's most respected big scale illusionists. He had his own Vegas show which ran for 15 years and was voted Magician of the Year by the Academy of Magical Arts. Among those joining him on the New York stage are Charlie Frye (The Eccentric), a vaudevillian entertainer who juggles slapstick, slight of hand and acrobatics, and Jinger Leigh (The Conjuress), a master of the ancient magical arts.

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Opening night: 25 November 2016

Closing night: 1 January 2017


Suitable for audiences of all ages

Run time

Approximately two hours with an intermission

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