All it takes to become a magician is hard work, cunning misdirection, and four identical twins. Suspend your disbelief with this GrouponLive deal to see Dan Chan presents Alex Wu: Dinner and Magic Show. Choose from the following ticketing options:
- For $99, you get two tickets for dinner and a magic show (up to a $200 value, including all fees).
- For $189, you get four tickets for dinner and a magic show (up to a $400 value, including ticketing fees).
- For $359, you get eight tickets for dinner and a magic show (up to an $800, value including ticketing fees).<p>
All of the above options grant admission to performances by sleight-of-hand artist Alex Wu. To view available dates and locations, and for more information about seating and suggested attire, check out the event’s FAQ and schedule page. Doors open 30 minutes before showtime.
A Hong Kong native, Alex Wu combines mind-bendingly technical sleight of hand with CD and card manipulation to confound the senses. With speed and precise movements, a showman’s flair and a knack for misdirection, Wu makes objects seemingly appear out of thin air before returning them to the ether. Close up, tableside magic precedes feasts, and the spectacle begins after the last bites have disappeared.
####Dan Chan Presents Bay Area Dinner Show An entertainer featured on ABC, NBC, and MTV and at corporate shindigs for Google, Yahoo, and Charles Schwab, [Dan Chan](http://danchanmagic.com/bio.php) has amassed a diverse following in his decade of performing. The Bay Area magician blends illusions and [pickpocketing](http://www.danchanmagic.com/pick-pocketing.php) into his shows, dazzling audiences with gasp-worthy feats such as catching a bullet or locating a long-lost grocery receipt in a wallet. On special occasions, he also performs the rare Chinese art form of Bian Lian, a theatrical showcase known as face changing, where performers don elaborate masks that seem to switch of their own accord as dramatic music swells.