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Archives: Week Of October 20-26, 2003
-VOLUME: 70 / ISSUE: 2,040 Monday - October 20, 2003-
David BlaineDavid Blaine has once again conquered his self-imposed endurance test.
The 44-day "Above the Below" stunt ended on Sunday right before 5pm Eastern Time when Blaine walked out on his own, spoke to the crown and was tended to by medial staff as he was whisked away to the London Independent Hospital. A Reuters article reported on is appearance, "Visibly thinner, filthy and unshaven, Blaine broke down as thousands of screaming crowds jostled to see the 30-year-old New Yorker whose endurance feat earned him adulation and ridicule." Blaine's first words upon his release were, "This has been one of the most inspirational experiences of my life… I've learned more in that box than I have learned in years. I've learned how important it is to have a sense of humor and to laugh at everything, because nothing makes any sense anyway... I love all of you forever." An Independent article observed that, "Plenty of people have turned out to see Blaine. But hardly anyone is willing, it seems, to believe that what they see is what they get." The promoters estimate that around a quarter of a million people visited the site in the past six weeks.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 Associated Press article by Hannah Bergman titled "Blaine Leaves Box After 44-Day Starvation" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 Reuters article by Katherine Baldwin titled "Showman Blaine Ends 44-Day Box Stunt" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 20 Guardian article by Oliver Burkeman titled "Blaine sailing as he comes down to crowded earth" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 20 Daily Record article by Donna Watson titled "Blaine Hospital Hell" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 20 Scotsman article by James Doherty titled "After 44 days, David Blaine's out of his box" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 20 Independent article by Deborah Orr titled "David Blaine: The only magic on show was in the audience" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 BBC News article by Ian Youngs titled "Blaine's exit provides excitement at last" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 ITV article titled "Blaine fast is over - after 44 days" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 CNN article titled "Tears as Blaine leaves London box" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 20 Bloomberg article titled "Magician Blaine Emerges From 44-Day Fast Above London's Thames" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 20 Scotsman article by Fiona McCade titled "Maybe Blaine had the right idea after all" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 BBC News article titled "Blaine walks free from box" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 AP report titled "Magician David Blaine Leaves London Box" click: HERE.(10/20)

The Showgirls of Magic"The Showgirls of Magic'' at the Tropicana in Atlantic City is reviewed in the Press Of Atlantic City where the show is described as, "This is Las Vegas showroom entertainment in all its pasty-swinging, plumage-wearing glory, an R-rated revue packed with women who look and dance like strip club dancers but also know how to saw people in half." There was also mention of Pudgy!, Tiny Bubbles and Antonio Hoyus. To read the Oct. 18 review by John Curran titled "Sex and magic mix in Trop’s kinky new show" click: HERE.(10/20)

David Blaine's journal which he has been writing for the past 44 days is the subject of an Observer article that reported, "The American illusionist has been keeping a diary during his self-imposed fast. Given the hype surrounding his Above the Below stunt - which has drawn an estimated quarter of a million people to the site by Tower Bridge - the book would be a guaranteed money-spinner in the run-up to Christmas. There are also suggestions it will inspire a film." Blaine's spokesman is quoted, "He has discussed the possibility of reviewing his journal and using it as material for a published work. He has not yet gone so far as to make an arrangement." To read the Oct. 19 article by David Smith titled "Blaine hungry to spill the beans" click: HERE.(10/20)

David Regal who carries the title of producer on the NBC-TV show "Whoopi" wrote the upcoming "She Ain't Heavy, She's My Partner" episode which airs on Tuesday Oct. 21 at 8pm ET.(10/20)

This year's Houdini Séance is scheduled to be held in Seattle and a Seattle Post-Intelligencer features some Houdini history and information about the charity eventto be held on Halloween. The article explained why Seattle? "The seance is coming here because local woman Midge Markey, an amateur Houdini historian and enthusiast, was asked to help host it." Sid Radner explained, "In a way, I'm doing exactly what Houdini did… Houdini debunked it. He said nobody can come back. …If he comes back, I want to be there." To read the Oct. 17 article by Kristin Dizon titled "Calling Houdini" supplied by YellowBrix click: HERE.(10/20)

Rich MarottaRich Marotta appears at the Borgata Comedy Club inside the new Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He will be there on Oct. 20-23 with nightly shows at 9pm. Also on the bill are comedians Matt Kazan and J.J. Ramirez. Tickets are $20 per person and are available by clicking: HERE.(10/20)

Simon Lovell, Bob Jardine, Gazzo, Eric Buss, Mystina, Pattrick Przysiecki, Yonkany & Anabel, Michael Hack, and Joshua Seth appear at the Magic Castle in Los Angeles on Oct. 20-26.(10/20)

Roy's condition which was revealed last week, has gotten the doctor who spilled the beans in trouble. A Las Vegas Sun article reported that, "UMC spokeswoman Cheryl Persinger said the comments by Dr. Lonnie Hammargren could have violated hospital policy or state and federal laws, and an investigation has been launched by the hospital's chief of staff, the district attorney's office and other hospital officials." The article did not mention anything about the information being false but did reveal that "Horn's family had signed the power of attorney over to Siegfried Fischbacher and Yuman, Persinger said." To read the Oct. 17 article by Timothy Pratt titled "Doctor may have divulged too much about Roy" click: HERE.(10/20)

MARYLAND: Bill Goodwin lectures on Oct. 21 at 7:30pm at Denny & Lee Magic Studio (325 South Marlyn Avenue) in Baltimore. Tickets are $20 per person and are available by phoning: 410-686-3914.(10/20)

David BlainePrior to David Blaine's liberation from the Plexiglas cage many articles appeared with information about his health and possible consequences of the stunt. An Associated Press article reported that, "When Blaine is released from the box about 9 p.m. Sunday, [Professor Marinos] Elia said he will receive 'careful nutritional and clinical management' because of the symptoms he experienced and 'because inappropriate feeding can precipitate serious problems including sudden death.'" A Blaine spokesman is quoted in a BBC News article, "He will then be put on a stretcher and taken off in an ambulance to a private hospital… He could be in hospital for a few days or more than a week."(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 People article titled "10,000flock To See Ordeal End" supplied by YellowBrix click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 Associated Press article titled "Nutrition expert says Blaine in poor health after six weeks" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 Sky News article titled "End In Sight For Blaine" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 18 Associated Press article by Hannah Bergman titled "Blaine in Poor Health, Nutritionist Says" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 18 CNN article titled "Blaine stunt has taken its toll" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 18 Sky News article titled "Feeding Could Be Fatal" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 18 Reuters article titled "David Blaine’s stunt nears end" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 18 BBC News article titled "Blaine 'at risk of sudden death'" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 Sun-Herald article by Sam Leith titled "Magician nears end of starvation stunt" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 Independent article by Cole Moreton titled "Blaine prepares to leave the greatest freak show in town" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 19 ITV article titled "Blaine's life in danger if he binges" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 18 ICBirmingham article titled "Death warnings for Blaine as stunt nears end" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 18 Local London article titled "David Blaine: one day to go" click: HERE.(10/20)
--To read the Oct. 17 Ananova article titled "Blaine suffering with just two days to go" click: HERE.(10/20)

PRESS RELEASE: National Magic Week: Proclaimed By Society Of American Magicians (October 25-October 26).

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-VOLUME: 70 / ISSUE: 2,041 Tuesday - October 21, 2003-
David BlaineDavid Blaine is still in the hospital recovering from his ordeal as he tries to regain his strength. A CNN article reported that "Blaine had a sleepless first night out of his box suffering stomach cramps, according to gastroenterologist Professor Powell-Tuck, who is responsible for his care at the London Independent Hospital." A New York Daily News article reported, "He tipped the scale at 154 pounds, 1 ounce, a figure that organizers claimed showed he lost some 50 pounds from Sept. 5, the day his stunt began." An Associated Press article reported, "Weighing 50 pounds less than when he began his endurance stunt, he looked as if he might pass out as he spoke." A BBC News article reported that "His exit from his Perspex box was watched by more than 2.5 million viewers on Sky One and thousands gathered on the banks of the Thames to see the stunt end… Sky's peak audience of more than 2.5 million viewers gave Sky One some of its highest ever ratings."(10/21)
--To read the Oct. 20 Associated Press article by Hannah Bergman titled "Magician Blaine Tested at U.K. Hospital" click: HERE.(10/21)
--To read the Oct. 20 CNN article titled "Doctors feed Blaine after stunt" click: HERE.(10/21)
--To read the Oct. 20 New York Daily News article by Ellen Tumposky and Dave Goldiner titled "He ends fast - at last" click: HERE.(10/21)
--To read the Oct. 20 Ananova article titled "More than 2.5 million people watched David Blaine leave his box after completing his 44-day starvation stunt" click: HERE.(10/21)
--To read the Oct. 21 Independent article by Ian Burrell titled "Blaine has health checks after 44-day starvation" click: HERE.(10/21)
--To read the Oct. 20 Evening Standard article by Nick Curtis titled "End for Blaine's pain" click: HERE.(10/21)
--To read the Oct. 20 Ananova article titled "Blaine begins feeding" click: HERE.(10/21)
--To read the Oct. 21 Sydney Morning Herald article by Peter Fray titled "What I learnt" click: HERE.(10/21)
--To read the Oct. 20 BBC News article titled "Blaine given 24-hour care" click: HERE.(10/21)
--To read the Oct. 20 Daily Record article by Donna Watson titled "Blaine's A Luvvy As Ordeal Ends" click: HERE.(10/21)

Al Cohen received an Honorary Gala Chair for his years of running the landmark Al's Magic Shop. The honor was presented at the "35th Annual Humanitarian Award Washington Gala" at The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Washington, DC on Oct. 18. The theme of the event was magic and featured performances by Tim Hall, Brian Curry and Frank Buonno.(10/21)

Wally Boag and Dana DanielsDana Daniels who has been performing at "The Variety Show" at Disneyland's Golden Horseshoe Theater for the past eight years with his Psychic Parrot Luigi ended his run on Oct. 8. Attending the final performance were Mike Caveney, Nicholas Night, Randy Pryor, Chris Blackmoore and Owen Morse. As a special surprise famed comedian Wally Boag who appeared at the Horseshoe from 1955-1982 spoke about Daniels' departure.(10/21)

"The Comedy Magic of Mike and Chris" show that appears at the Grand Opera House in Wisconsin this weekend is featured in a Post-Crescent article that discusses their new illusion "The Cube of Death." Mike explained, "It’s sort of a combination of Houdini's water torture and milk can escape… But it's unique because unlike his milk can, you can see into the box and you know there is no trap door because otherwise the water would spill all over the stage. It's just me inside the box, trying to get out." To read the Oct. 17 article by Jeff Potts titled "Magic duo has a Grand show to get you out of the box" click: HERE.(10/21)

Bob Sheets, Brian Curry, Eric Starkey, and Frank Paparozzi perform at Wednesday Wizardry on Oct. 22 at 7:30pm at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn (311 Kent Square Road) in Kentlands, Maryland. Tickets are $15 per person and are available by phoning: 301-258-6394.(10/21)

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-VOLUME: 70 / ISSUE: 2,042 Wednesday - October 22, 2003-
Showbiz WeeklyThe Amazing Johnathan is featured on the cover of Showbiz Weekly that describes his show as "…a performance that you will never forget." The article focuses on the changes he makes in the shows around Halloween to make them more frightening, "Amazing Johnathan has some extraordinary treats in store for this year's spook-filled holiday. Celebrating Halloween and the two weeks preceding with a few new twists to an already demented display of illusions and humor, Johnathan is ready to shock the socks off his audiences with some hellacious fright-night chills and thrills." Also described in the article are some of the routines and bits he is adding. To read the Oct. 26-Nov. 1 article by Carla J. Zvosec titled "Trick or Freak" click: HERE.(10/22)

Robert Baxt and Bill Kornhauser join David Groves in "Magic In The Burbs" on Thursday Oct. 23 at 7:30pm at the Home Brew Coffee Company, (661 W. Arrow Hwy.) in San Dimas, California. Admission is $7.50 (includes one free drink) per person. For reservations and information phone: 909-394-1964.(10/22)

Bill Kalush and David BlaineDavid Blaine's current condition is reported in a Reuters article, "Blaine's medical team said in a statement the delicate reintroduction to food is going to plan. They expect him to remain in hospital for the rest of the week, but are hopeful he will make a full recovery." A Chicago Sun-Times article that tries to figure out Blaine concluded, "Blaine's most impressive trick of all has been to transform himself from a waiter/magician to an internationally famous stunt-boy worth an estimated $30 million. So hurl all the sausage and eggs you want at this seemingly stoic, deeply spiritual man. Somewhere deep down, he's laughing his self-promoting head off." A Sky News article reported that "The illusionist kept a detailed diary of his thoughts and observations during his stint in the box, which fascinated people around the world. And publishers are now reportedly battling it out to buy the rights to his story, which could make him millions, according to the Daily Star."(10/22)
--To read the Oct. 21 Reuters article titled "Sleepless Blaine Adjusts to Life Outside the Box" click: HERE.(10/22)
--To read the Oct. 21 Sky News article titled "Blaine Set For Christmas Bestseller" click: HERE.(10/22)
--To read the Oct. 21 New York Post article by Bill Hoffmann titled "Blaine's Next Act: Eating Solid Food" click: HERE.(10/22)
--To read the Oct. 21 Mirror article by Rebecca Smith And Nicola Methven titled "Blaine Is Given OK By Docs" click: HERE.(10/22)
--To read the Oct. 21 Independent article by Ian Burrell titled "Blaine has health checks after 44-day starvation" click: HERE.(10/22)
--To read the Oct. 21 Chicago Sun-Times article by Richard Roeper titled "For his next trick, Blaine will pull a few million out of a hat" click: HERE.(10/22)
--To read the Oct. 21 Femail article titled "Health fears as star leaves box" click: HERE.(10/22)
--To read the Oct. 21 New York Daily News article by Ellen Tumposky titled "Blaine sips magic potion" click: HERE.(10/22)
--To read the Oct. 21 USA Today article by Elysa Gardner titled "Blaine out of the box after 44-day ordeal" click: HERE.(10/22)

Mac KingMac King's publicity stunt scheduled for Nov. 12 is described in a Las Vegas Review-Journal article that reported, "He will attempt to congregate the world's longest 'telephone line,' the campfire game in which a message is whispered from person to person to see how much it changes by the end. The twist on this one is that King says he can predict the message in its final form." To read the Oct. 21 article by Mike Weatherford titled "New company brings professional theater to Vegas" click: HERE.(10/22)

Michael Night appears at the Upper Deck (2148 West Laskey Road) in Toledo, Ohio on Thursday Oct. 23 at 9pm for one show only. Admission is $10 in advance or $15 at the door. For reservations and information phone: 419-473-1156.(10/22)

David Mamet's "Dr. Faustus" which has a magician as a main character is scheduled to open on Feb. 24 at the Magic Theatre in San Francisco. At one time there was a rumor that Ricky Jay will be consultant on the show. To read the Oct. 21 Playbill article by Ernio Hernandez titled "David Mamet to Direct World Premiere of His Dr. Faustus at San Francisco's Magic" click: HERE.(10/22)

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-VOLUME: 70 / ISSUE: 2,043 Thursday - October 23, 2003-
The dangers of being a magician is the subject of a Valley News Dispatch article that tries to see how magic got so dangerous, "The job of professional magician is one that's really evolved over the years. There was a time when most magicians probably got into it thinking they'd do some card tricks, maybe a little juggling, make a few bucks and retire early. But then some joker decided it would be a good idea to pull a rabbit out of a hat, and the rules changed. Suddenly, the bar had been raised, and everyone felt pressure to one-up the competition." The article concludes with "Thankfully, most of us don't have deal with the kind of job-related stress magicians do." To read the Oct. 22 article by Matt Sober titled "Magicians use tricks of the trade to get job done" click: HERE.(10/23)

SiegfriedSiegfried was in Germany on Wednesday to receive a "World Entertainment Award" from President Mikhail Gorbachev on behalf of  Siegfried & Roy at the "World Award 2003" ceremony in Hamburg. Upon receipt of the trophy Siegfried said, "That's for you, Roy." To see the many Oct. 22 photos of Siegfried click: HERE.(10/23)

David Blaine continues to have low blood pressure and stomach camps as he recovers. A Reuters article reported, "Blaine's medical team said they hoped he would eat solids on Thursday for the first time since starting his ordeal. They expected him to remain in hospital at least until the weekend, but said his delicate reintroduction to food was going to plan." To read the Oct. 22 article titled "Blaine to try solids again" click: HERE.(10/23)

David Blaine who is recuperating in the London hospital has apparently banned Uri Geller from making contact with him. A Sun article reported, "A source close to the millionaire magician said: 'Geller has been hanging around David during this project so much that it is really starting to annoy him. …It is fair to say David is finding Geller a pain. …He couldn't do much about it when he was in the box, but David would not want to see Uri in hospital." The article also reported, "Blaine is likely to stay all week at Stepney’s London Independent Hospital. Doctors expect a full recovery." To read the Oct. 22 article by Clodagh Hartley titled "Blaine: He's Uri who?" click: HERE.(10/23)

Richard Cohn presents "The Magic Of Brooklyn" featuring magic, music, history and anecdotes about "Coney Island, Mahatma, magic inventors, theaters, and magic personalities in Brooklyn as well as songwriters, showbiz and history of Brooklyn both prominent and obscure." The presentation takes place at the Montauk Club in Park Slope, Brooklyn on Friday Oct. 24 at 8pm. Admission is $20 per person. For more information phone: 718-638-0800.(10/23)

The Comedy Magic of Mike & Chris appears at The Grand Opera House (100 High Avenue) in Oshkosh, Wisconsin on Oct. 24-25 with three 90-minute shows. They will be closing the show with their new "The Cube of Death" illusion where Mike will escape from a plexiglass box that will be filled with water. Tickets are $4-$8 per person and are available by phoning: 920-424-2350. For more information click: HERE.(10/23)

Bizzaro presents his "Optical Illusionist and Mischief" for the fifth consecutive year at the SCREAMS Haunted Theme Park in Waxahachie, Texas on Oct. 24-25 with three shows per night.(10/23)

NEW YORK: Aldo Colombini lectures for Elmwood Magic on Friday Oct. 24 at 7:30pm at the Screening Room (3131 Sheridan Drive) in Amherst. Admission is $15 per person. For more information and reservations phone: 716-886-5653.(10/23)

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-VOLUME: 70 / ISSUE: 2,044 Friday - October 24, 2003-
Princess TenkoPrincess Tenko (Tenko Hikita) is featured in a China Post article that reveals some of her mysterious past, "When she switched from a career as a singer to pursue magic full-time in the 1970s, she assumed a new name. The old one was Mari Asakaze, and even that was assumed, she was born Mariko Itakura." Discussing her upcoming projects the article reported, "…she uses her flamboyant image to sell everything from cosmetics to clothes to pet goods and, later this year, wine. Construction is starting on her own theme park, set to open in two years, where aspiring magicians will be able to attend training camp." To read the Oct. 24 article titled "Japan's most famous magician mystifies both on and off the stage" click: HERE.(10/24)

"Houdini: Medical Secrets" is a new television special that looks at the life and death of Houdini. The documentary was previewed at the Cannes Film Festival and is scheduled to air on the Discovery Health Channel on Oct. 29, 30 and Nov. 2. Expected to appear on the show is Dean Gunnarson who will perform a Milk Can Escape, The Water Torture Cell and a hanging Straight Jacket Escape. Scheduled to be interviewed are The Amazing Randi and Rev. William V. Rauscher. There are two editions of the show (International and US) and each will be slightly different. For more information click: HERE.(10/24)

David Blaine ate some "potato crisps" on Thursday as his first attempt at solid food. A BBC News article reported that, "Until now, he has been fed a nutritional drink packed with high levels of vitamins. The quantities have been gradually increased during his treatment. …Having restarted on solid food with a few mouthfuls of crisps, Blaine is moving onto a diet including fruit salad and bagel and cheese." To read the Oct. 23 article titled "Blaine eats solid food" click: HERE.(10/24)

George Saterial, Danny Cole, Terrell & Takako, Cheri Soleil, and Blackmore & Gold appear in An Evening of Comedy & Magic on Saturday Oct. 25 at 7:30pm at the Victor Valley College Performing Arts Theatre (18422 Bear Valley Road) in Victorville, Califronia. For tickets and information phone: 760-245-4271 ext. 849.(10/24)

David Copperfield upcoming show is discussed in a Sun-Gazette article where he said, "I love (skeptics), I am motivated by them. They are some of my best repeat customers." The article also interviews Copperfield about magic and his show. To read the Oct. 23 article by Heather Longley titled "David Copperfield puts magic to 'good' use" click: HERE.(10/24)

Misty Lee"The Magic Of Misty Lee" appears on Saturday Oct. 25 at 7:30pm at the John R. Armstrong Performing Arts Center (24600 F.V. Pankow Blvd.) in Clinton Township, Michigan. The 90-minute show is a fundraiser of the L'anse Creuse Middle School East Drama Department. Tickets are $8 per person and are available by phoning: 586-783-6520 or by clicking: HERE.(10/24)

Roy's condition is reported in a Daily News Article that describes what Jeffrey Katzenberg said after visiting him in the hospital, "Roy knows when a friend's there. And, as reported, squeezes your hand in acknowledgement. However, his eyes do not follow you around the room. He remains in intensive care." To read the Oct. 23 article by Cindy Adams titled "Learning About Life From A Dog" click: HERE.(10/24)

Siegfried's acceptance of the World Entertainment award in Germany on Wednesday is reported in an Associated Press article that quotes part of his acceptance speech, "The Siegfried who you see before you here will soon return again as Siegfried and Roy." To read the Oct. 23 article titled "Siegfried vows he and Roy will return" click: HERE.(10/24)

Fukai performs for Fantasma Magic at FAO Schwarz (58th Street and 5th Avenue) in New York City on Saturday Oct.. 25 at 2pm and 4pm.(10/24)

NEW YORK: Fukai lectures on Saturday Oct. 25 at 8pm at Michael Canick Booksellers (200 East 82nd Street, #3B) in New York City. The lecture is co-sponsored by Fantasma Magic and attendees will receive a free gift from them. Tickets are $20-$30 per person and are available by phoning: 212-585-2990.(10/24)

Michael Chaut, Master Lee, John Graham, Jamy Ian Swiss, David Condon, and Dennis Kyriakos headline at Monday Night Magic on Oct. 27 at 8pm in NYC. For tickets phone Ticketmaster at: 212-307-4100. For more information click: HERE.(10/24)

Phil Smith who owns Abracadabra Productions in Maine is interviewed in a Press Herald story where he says, "I enjoy, not the part about 'fooling' people, but I think people enjoy being amazed by a gentleman. Usually the joke is turned on me, so to speak. It might look as if I'm making 12 mistakes in a row - then the magic happens. But if there's a joke it's always on me, not an audience volunteer." To read the Oct. 23 article titled "Marketing magic to a business audience" click: HERE.(10/24)

MARYLAND: Jimmy Ray lectures on Saturday Oct. 25 at 7:30pm at Denny & Lee Magic Studio (325 South Marlyn Avenue) in Baltimore. Tickets are $20 per person and are available by phoning: 410-686-3914.(10/24)

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