The Illusionists: Live on Broadway (2015) on Broadway Show Now Closed
The Illusionists: Live on Broadway (2015) Summary
- Show Status: Closed
- Genre: Magic
- The Illusionists: Live on Broadway (2015) is 2 Hours long, including an intermission of 15 Minutes
- 8 Shows per week
- Previews Began: November 1, 2015
- Show Opened: November 19, 2015
- Show Closed: January 3, 2016
The Illusionists – Live on Broadway features seven of the world’s most talented illusionists performing feats of magic, remarkable stunts, and other breathtaking acts. This show has traveled around the globe delighting audiences and making believers out of the greatest skeptics.
The Illusionists: Live on Broadway (2015) on Broadway Background
For a strictly limited engagement, this spectacular show transfers to Broadway straight from a sell-out run at the Sydney Opera House and a great success in the Broadway season of 2014-2015. A huge family attraction, people are bound to be in awe of all the amazing tricks and stunts these seven cast members perform. To name a couple, The Anti Conjuror aka Dan Sperry has appeared on the widely popular show, "America's Got Talent" and UK native, The Deceptionist aka James More has graced the "Britain's Got Talent" stage. The show is conceived by Simon Painter and directed by Neil Dorward.
What’s The Illusionists: Live on Broadway (2015) Like?
This spectacular production features seven of the world’s most outrageously talented illusionists – namely, James More, Raymond Crowe, Jonathan Goodwin, Jeff Hobson, Yu Ho-Jin, Adam Trent, and Dan Sperry.
The production, which is only scheduled to run between November 19, 2015 and January 3, 2016, is the second run on Broadway, and the show is also on tour around the country (U.S). This is billed at more than just a magic show – it is chock full of illusions that will absolutely dazzle children and adults of all ages. Broadway has never seen magic quite like this before.
Is The Illusionists: Live on Broadway (2015) Good for Kids?
Yes! Children of all ages will be amazed and dazzled by the spectacles and tricks. However, children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Neil Simon Theatre
New York, NY 10019
- The Anti Conjuror
- Dan Sperry
- The Deceptionist
- James More
- The Trickster
- Jeff Hobson
- The Unusualist
- Raymond Crowe
- The Futurist
- Adam Trent
- The Manipulator
- Yu Ho-Jin
- The Daredevil
- Jonathan Goodwin
Tim Lawson (Executive Producer)
Road Show Theatrical
The Production Office
- Simon Painter
- Neil Dorward
- Costume Designer
- Angela Aaron
- Lighting Designer
- Paul Miller
- General Manager
- Dave Stinson at MagicSpace Entertainment
- Press Agent
- Adrian Bryan-Brown + Joe Perrotta + Michelle Farabaugh at Boneau Bryan-Brown