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Dull and uncomfortable as they pick on the audience a lot. They do the same tricks over and over again while embellishing with weak comedy. I left early as it was becoming excruciating watching.
Janice Copsey from Winnipeg, Manitoba
NOT WORTH THE MONEY
This was a very boring show with too many card tricks, the magic was old stuff that everybody has seen before - (girl that comes out of the box different than the one that went into the box), using the audience for entertainment, and the little kids on stage being part of the comedian's act.
Your write-up said, "Believe the impossible! The hit television series, Masters of Illusion, breaks out of the box . Nothing beats the experience of seeing a magic show in person and this one serves up the time-honored art of the master illusionist combined with the speed and modern design of the 21st century.
You’ll see grand illusions, levitating women, appearances and vanishes, escapes, comedy magic, sleight of hand and beautiful dancers…everything you could possibly imagine and performances that you never dreamed possible – all rolled up into a live show.
There was no grand illusions, levitating women, appearances and vanishes, escapes or beautiful dancers.
I was so disappointed with this show. It was not worth the money.
Bryan Hoang from Calgary, Alberta
Dad jokes, performance was professional, but is a bit out-dated. With the current understanding of technology, the Show is too predictable.
Austin Armand from Calgary, Alberta
THIS AIN’T MAGIC
The title Masters of Illusion gives the ticket buyer the impression that they will see some amazing magic. Regrettably there is nothing to see. The third act was extremely funny but the show was a magic act and that was not what we got. Felt like we got ripped off. I guess the A show is travelling through the US and we got the leftovers. Please, make them disappear..
Audrey from Calgary, Alberta
Certainly not worth the price of admission. Would be suitable for a child’s birthday party. Very repetitive, way too much narrative, very little actual “magic”. Not at all represented by the promotional pictures shown . Lots of the audience left early
Fidan from Calgary, Alberta
IS THIS SHOW WHAT WE PAID FOR ? NEVER AGAIN
It was the most boring show we have ever watched. First we thought it is just a warm up. One hour passed, same continued for the remaining of time. We left and couple other families left earlier. Time and money wasted.
This show was canceled so many times. Organizers just continued to collect money and fooled everyone by gathering so many people.
Kids and adults all were bored. No show, no staging, old tricks, not funny jokes.Never again
Lori from Calgary, Alberta Canada
MY GAWD IT’S WAS TERRIBLE
Saw the show 4 years ago & it was amazing… so thought we’d attend again & OMG it was a $10 yuk-yuk show with amateur comedians & no magic but a few card tricks you couldn’t see from the balconies, parents were packing up after intermission & taking their bored children home.
Everyone should be reimbursed for having to pay good money for this ridiculousness!! Terribly disappointed as we waited since 2018 to finally get to see the show due to covid & man it was absolutely terrible! Don’t waste your money!
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