Star of Broadway’s The Illusionists uses dance, music, and multimedia spectacle to bring magic into the 21st century
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$26 for one ticket for orchestra seating (up to $53.50 value)
What Adam Trent Can Do: He can levitate, make people disappear, sing, dance, get crowds laughing, bring magic into the 21st century—the better question might be what can’t he do?
What Adam Trent Can’t Do: shoot lasers out of his eyes
A Glimpse of His Magical Career: From performing at birthday parties at age 9, Trent moved up to corporate gigs, street busking, Broadway shows, and back-to-back medals in the P.C.A.M. Pro Magic Challenge.
What People Are Saying: The NY Theatre Guide described his hit show The Illusionists as “so amazing, it’s hard to put into words. Your eyes will deceive you, your heartbeat will race, and your mind will be blown!”