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Review: ‘Catch Me: A Magic Dual’ at The Mayflower Hotel

DC Audiences are cramming into a Dupont Circle Hotel to catch this monthly show. After experiencing this supercalifragilisticexpialidocious performance of abracadabra, I still don’t know the answer to this question: How did they do that? After reviewing other magic and magical performances at Arlington Drafthouse, Bethesda’s Writer’s Center, and The Kennedy Center, performers Brian Curry […]

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Review: ‘Cerebral Sorcery’ with Francis Menotti and David London

I’ve oftentimes heard magic referred to as a universal language in the performance realm, not only capable of transcending linguistic boundaries, but cultural and sensational constructs as well. The idiosyncratic brand of intellectual wizardry within Cerebral Sorcery is a testament to the extraordinary and magnetic peculiarity of the two illusionists responsible for its creation. Having […]

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Review: ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ in Concert at The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Strathmore

Lights, music, and… magic! Last night the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra brought Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, the first film of the beloved franchise, to the Strathmore stage in this latest installment of their wildly popular “Movie and Music” series. Under the talented baton of guest conductor Justin Freer, the BSO performs live every note […]

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Review: ‘The Naked Magic Show’ at Lincoln Theatre

Admittedly, I haven’t been to that many bachelorette parties, and with good reason – Ms. Blozia drinks a little – but the atmosphere at The Naked Magic Show at the Lincoln Theatre on Sunday night felt like a bachelorette party on steroids! Muscly magicians Christopher Wayne and Mike Tyler from Australia aren’t just masters of prestidigitation, but also […]

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