Audiences of all ages will have fun -- and wonder "How'd he do that?!" -- at illusionist Sean Masterson's latest theatrical magic show. Combining highly deceptive sleight-of-hand, masterful illusions like dematerialization, plenty of audience participation and even a witty puppet who performs his own magic tricks, The Magic Wonder Show at Chicago's Theater Wit is a thrilling night of magic by a magician the Chicago Tribune has called "spellbinding." The show concludes with a real treat: a rarely seen illusion invented by Sean's hero, the 19th-century French magician Robert-Houdin.
The Magic Wonder Show is recommended for ages 7 and up.