Touring illusionist stuns audiences with such rare feats as double levitation, the plasma illusion, and the op-art illusion
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In his touring show of impossible acts, magician Jason Bishop bends minds with his mastering of both grand illusions and sleight of hand. Unafraid of viewers getting a close look at his craft, Jason has his performances projected live onto large screens in the theater, causing skeptics to howl in frustration as he pulls coins from behind a rabbit’s ears. Among the show’s centerpieces is the op-art illusion, where he folds his assistant in smaller and smaller boxes until she disappears entirely.