|AN AFTERNOON OF BROADWAY COMEDY MAGIC,
| Open: 02/13/16 Close: 02/13/16
There will be comedy, magic and mayhem as magician Randy Masters presents his “Broadway Comedy Magic” show for one performance only at Broadway Comedy Club. Randy combines comedy magic, mind reading, and audience-participation into a high-energy show that is appropriate for ages 7 to 107. The hour-long show includes illusions with cards, borrowed rings and money, ball bearings, billiard balls, balloons, wine bottles, rope, and even potatoes (don’t ask). Randy will be keeping this clean as it’s an all-ages family show. There will be magic for the kids and sleight of hand and mentalism for the adults.
At 12:30 pm there will be close-up/strolling magic at your table, followed by an hour stand-up comedy magic show.
''I’ve seen Randy Masters perform his crazy brand of comedy magic many times,” said magic fan Bob Arsenault, “and I never know what to expect from Randy next. He can do mind-boggling sleight of hand with cards and coins, and then he can burn someone’s money and then make it reappear in a lemon or a potato. Not to mention that he’s a laugh riot. Don’t drink any liquids around him because the liquid will end up shooting out of your nose.”
Where: Broadway Comedy Club, 318 W. 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019
When: Saturday, February 13, at 12:30 pm (all-ages family show).
Tickets are $15.00 (plus Eventbrite processing fee):
Please note that there is a 2 item minimum (drinks and/or food) per person in the showroom.
Magician Randy Masters is available for interviews and on-air performances. Please contact for details.
About Randy Masters:
As an actor, Randy was cast as the “Party Magician” for the HBO pilot “40,” produced by Doug Ellin (“Entourage”), and the "Telethon Magician" for the telethon episode of NBC's "Parks and Recreation,"starring Amy Poehler. He also played "Clown Uncle Matt" in the movie, "Judy Moody and The Not Bummer Summer," starring Heather Graham. Randy has also been featured on "Glory Daze," “Now You See Me,” "Blue Bloods," Louie," and "World's Astonishing News," among other shows. He served as the magic tech advisor for the show “Parenthood” and the movie “While We’re Young,” starring Ben Stiller. His one-man show, “Comedy Magic Cabaret,” was previously presented off-Broadway at the Roy Arias Theatre.