The Illusionists – Turn Of The Century concludes its return Broadway engagement January 1 at 2 PM and 7 PM at the Palace Theatre (47th Street and 7th Avenue), a venue that housed some of the world’s premiere magicians and vaudeville acts at the turn of the twentieth century. Performances began November 25, 2016.
The Clairvoyants (Thommy Ten and Amélie van Tass), who were crowned runners-up in NBC’s 2016 America’s Got Talent competition, head the cast of The Illusionists – Turn Of The Century. The Broadway cast also features Dana Daniels (The Charlatan), Charlie Frye (The Eccentric), Mark Kalin (The Showman), Jinger Leigh (The Conjuress), Justo Thaus (The Grand Carlini), and Rick Thomas (The Immortal), joined by returning audience favorite Jonathan Goodwin (The Daredevil).
The Illusionists – Turn Of The Century, according to press notes, “is centered in a time when conjurers were the true rock stars of the day. Showcasing the origins of some of the greatest and most dangerous illusions ever built, the show also unveils never-before-seen experiments drawn from a treasure trove of long-forgotten mysteries. Audiences are invited to discover first-hand the spectacles that transformed stage entertainment over 100 years ago with a cast of world-famous magicians playing incredible characters, each of whom embodies a magical great of the past.”
The Illusionists was produced by Simon Painter, Tim Lawson, MagicSpace Entertainment, and Road Show Entertainment LLC.
Tickets are on sale at www.ticketmaster.com or by calling (877) 250-2929.
Over 13 million people have viewed The Clairvoyants’ performances via AGT’s YouTube channel. Watch their finale performance here: