21ST CENTURY MAGIC
Keeping the Arts ALIVE Tour
21st Century Magic is what Reed & Ashton like to call a “High Energy, High Impact, Magic & Illusion Show”. It is a strategically combined mix of Brain-Bending New Age Illusions, Highly Trained Rescue Animals, Ridiculous Stunts, Breath-Taking Escapes, Audience Participation, and just “The Absolute Correct Amount of Comedic Relief”. The Alban Arts Center described it as “A Phenomenal, Vegas Quality Show”. With their signature Rock Star Style and “Larger than Life Personalities” in high demand, this duo is guaranteed to be a “Smash Hit”. READ MORE
Is the show good for kids?
This show is designed with all ages in mind. However, it is likely that the adults will catch themselves enjoying it a little more than the kids.
How long is the show?
The show runs about 90 minutes give or take.
Will there be an intermission?
The show will have a 15-20 minute intermission about midways through the show.
Can we take video of the show?
Audio, Video, and Flash Photography is prohibited during the performance. Photos are allowed however, it is recommended that you keep these devices put away during the performance. If caught recording or using a flash you will be made to delete any files and asked to leave the theater. Not only is this extremely rude to the performers it is also very disrespectful of others trying to enjoy the show.
Can we meet The Mastersons?
Yes! After the show The Mastersons will do a post show meet and greet. Everyone will have the opportunity to meet them, have their picture taken and get an autograph. The Mastersons love their fans and encourage everyone to hang out afterwards to say hi. They will stay until everyone has been through the line.
Will tickets be sold at the door?
Yes. However based on previous shows over the past 10 years we recommend that you purchase tickets in advance. More times than not we have to turn last minute buyers away as tickets sell out before they arrive. We do not want anyone mad because they drove a long distance but the show sold out right before they got there.
Do you get audience volunteers?
Yes! The Mastersons love having fans join them on stage. NOTE: Just because your sitting in the back dosen't mean your safe. ;)
The formal opening was held Saturday, May 28, 1892. The opening was to be a grand affair. The program for the evening was the Arion Opera Company’s performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Mikado.” The cast, crew and orchestra numbered nearly one-hundred. All of the eight-hundred seats that were then available in the auditorium were sold. Railway excursions had been arranged from neighboring towns to bring the cultured and the curious. Many of the ticket holders were not so much patrons of the opera, but curiosity seekers eager to see what the newspapers described as the “light of the day.”. READ MORE
Very limited seating is available for this event. The lobby will open to the general public one hour prior to the show start time. Seating will begin thirty minutes prior to show start time. Handicap seating is available.
Street parking is available in every direction of the theatre. Depending on crowd size you may have to park up to two city blocks away.
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