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Hypnotist vs. Illusionist at Old Liberty

Come see an unforgettable show of mind and magic at the Old Liberty Theater on Saturday, Sept. 16, featuring “The Show Bros: Hypnotist vs. Illusionist.” This performance is kid-friendly and equally mesmerizing for adults, with a blend of illusion, hypnotism, and comedy. The Show Bros will provide an evening of “magic wars” as a hypnotist and illusionist battle it out on stage.

The show highlights the considerable talents of Adam The Great, an illusionist who provides mind-blowing sleight-of-hand paired with belly-laughs and comedic relief—described as “defying the laws of entertainment” with his close-up magic. Joining Adam on stage will be master hypnotist Tyzen…and now you’ve got a Show Bro showdown. Witness spellbinding illusion and comedy hypnosis as these two premiere entertainers fight it out to see whose powers are stronger.

Admission is $18 in advance or $20 on the day of the show. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m., but doors open at 6:45 p.m. to find seats and purchase refreshments from Seasons Cafe in the lobby. To buy tickets now, call the Old Liberty at 360-887-7260. The Old Liberty Theater is located at 115 N. Main Ave. in Ridgefield. To see more upcoming events at the Old Liberty, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com.

Magic Shows with Cary Heim at Dave’s Killer Magic

Professional magician Carey Heim will be at Dave’s Killer Magic Shop for two shows on Saturday, Aug. 27: a 3 p.m. show and a 6 p.m. show. He will amaze you with his close-up parlor magic tricks. Heim specializes in sleight-of-hand with all kinds of objects, both inanimate and living. He’s a dove expert and adept at fooling the eyes and the mind with winged-and-feathered tricks, and will confound audience members with everything from wine bottles to sponge balls to cards.

Plan to spend some time browsing in the shop before or after the show to stock up on cards, wands, top hats, and instruction books (rabbits sold separately). Dave’s Killer Magic Shop also carries a vast array of magicians’ accoutrements and paraphernalia as well as fun-for-kids joke items like whoopie cushions and bacon toothpaste. (MMMMMmmmmm, bacon.)

The show is family-friendly and all ages are welcome. Tickets are $10 per person, available online at killermagicshop.com or in person at Dave’s Killer Magic Show, located at 1707 Main Street in the Uptown Village area of Vancouver. For more information, call 360-448-9022 or email dave@killermagicshop.com.

Magic Show at Dave’s Killer Magic Shop

Professional magician Carey Heim will be at Dave’s Killer Magic Shop for two shows on Saturday, Aug. 27: a 3 p.m. show and a 6 p.m. show. He will amaze you with his close-up parlor magic tricks. Heim specializes in sleight-of-hand with all kinds of objects, both inanimate and living. He’s a dove expert and adept at fooling the eyes and the mind with winged-and-feathered tricks, and will confound audience members with everything from wine bottles to sponge balls to cards.

Plan to spend some time browsing in the shop before or after the show to stock up on cards, wands, top hats, and instruction books (rabbits sold separately). Dave’s Killer Magic Shop also carries a vast array of magicians’ accoutrements and paraphernalia as well as fun-for-kids joke items like whoopie cushions and bacon toothpaste. (MMMMMmmmmm, bacon.)

The show is family-friendly and all ages are welcome. Tickets are $10 per person, available online at killermagicshop.com or in person at Dave’s Killer Magic Show, located at 1707 Main Street in the Uptown Village area of Vancouver. For more information, call 360-448-9022 or email dave@killermagicshop.com.

Magic Show with G.G. Green at Dave’s Killer Magic Shop

Green’s experience, dedication to each performance, and professionalism are part of what sets G.G. Green apart. After performing professionally for more than 20 years, Green has realized his dream, and is now one of the busiest working professional magicians in the world. He was recently invited to perform close-up, sleight-of-hand magic at Hollywood’s famous Magic Castle.

Tickets are $15 per person, available at Dave’s Killer Magic Shop, located at 1707 Main St. in Vancouver. For more details, visit killermagicshop.com or see Dave’s Killer Magic Facebook page.

“Adam the Great” Magic Show at Old Liberty Theater

Adam the Great, a family-friendly show of magic and comedy, is coming to the Old Liberty Theater at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 14. The performance is a mesmerizing blend of charm, wit, audience interaction, and innovative magic. Adam’s talents include eye-popping close-up magic as well as outstanding comedy. Adam has amazed crowds at fairs, festivals, and corporate events, as well as having served as an Armed Forces entertainer, giving the troops and their families overseas a much-needed morale boost. The show will also feature dazzling juggling tricks by Rhys Thomas of Jugglemania.

Tickets are $15, available in advance by calling 360-887-7260. Old Liberty will open its doors at 6:45 p.m. so that you can get good seats and enjoy some refreshments from Seasons Cafe in the theater’s lobby. To find out about more upcoming shows and events at Old Liberty, visit www.oldlibertytheater.com. Old Liberty Theater is a performing arts venue located at 115 N. Main St. in Ridgefield.

 

Magic Shows at Dave’s Killer Magic

Professional magician (don’t you wish that was YOUR job title?) Craig Martin will be performing two shows at Dave’s Killer Magic Shop on Saturday, Nov. 14: one daytime show at 3 p.m. and another evening show at 7 p.m.

After 27 years in the U.S. Army, where he was both a trained soldier and an entertainer who’s made soldiers laugh all over the world, ‘Couve resident Martin decided to become a “Corporate Magician” (yep, there is such a thing). He’s in high demand as a featured performer across the nation at business trade shows, conventions, and product introduction events, and has performed for high-powered companies like Nike, Dell, McDonald’s, Shell, and The Hilton. Martin, having entertained audiences for over 25 years as a magician and mentalist, is now at the top of his game, performing close-up magic right under people’s noses, wowing audiences with sleight-of-hand, pick-pocketing, and mind-reading skills. He blindfolds himself to perform incredible feats with cards, and uses props and tools of the trade to make objects vanish  and reappear.

Tickets to the show at Dave’s Killer Magic Shop, located at 1707 Main Street in downtown Vancouver, are $15 per person for either show. To purchase tickets in advance, call Dave’s Killer Magic Shop at 360-448-9022.

Tom & Dave’s Magic Show

Are you feeling magical? Because the start of summer is a time when anything can happen…and anything just might happen during the family-friendly Tom & Dave Show at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 27. The show, which takes place at Dave’s Killer Magic Shop at 1707 Main Street in the Uptown Village area of Vancouver, will give guests a “tricked-out” performance in 3D, surround sound and Technicolor. Tickets are $10 each, available at www.killermagicshop.com.

Tom and Dave are award-winning entertainers with a combined 30 years of performing experience. Tom and Dave’s “Card Trick Tonight” routine won the award for “Most Entertaining Card Trick” from the Society of American Magicians 59 in 2011. Tom and Dave also won the Stage Magic Contest in 2010, the same year Dave was chosen as the Entertainer of the Year. Their act has an updated Vaudeville flavor with a mixture of comedy, magic and music.
If you can’t make it on Saturday afternoon, you can bring your kids to the shop in the morning from 10 to 10:45 a.m. for free magic lessons. It will make the morning disappear! For more information, call 360-448-9022.

Birthday Party at Kazoodles

Kazoodles Toys—recently voted "Best of Clark County 2014"—is celebrating its eighth birthday with an open-to-the-public party on Saturday, March 22. Magic is the motif of the day, with "Magical Reading" at 11 a.m. with local author Becca Cunningham and her book, "If Kids Could Float," a "Magical Magic Show" at 2 p.m. featuring Dave from Dave's Killer Magic Shop, and "Magical Science" from 3 to 5 p.m.

Kazoodles has developed a reputation for high-quality, educational, and just plain fun toys. The locally owned, independent store stocks loads of classic and can't-find-it-anywhere-else toys, along with books and games for newborns through teens. The friendly staff makes solid recommendations for those who can't make up their minds, and free giftwrapping is available for last-minute gift purchases. For more information, visit www.kazoodlestoys.com or call 360-823-0123.

Birthday Party for Kazoodles Toys

Kazoodles Toys—recently voted "Best of Clark County 2014"—is celebrating its eighth birthday with an open-to-the-public party on Saturday, March 22. Magic is the motif of the day, with "Magical Reading" at 11 a.m. with local author Becca Cunningham and her book, "If Kids Could Float," a "Magical Magic Show" at 2 p.m. featuring Dave from Dave's Killer Magic Shop, and "Magical Science" from 3 to 5 p.m.

Kazoodles has developed a reputation for high-quality, educational, and just plain fun toys. The locally owned, independent store stocks loads of classic and can't-find-it-anywhere-else toys, along with books and games for newborns through teens. The friendly staff makes solid recommendations for those who can't make up their minds, and free giftwrapping is available for last-minute gift purchases.

Kazoodles is located in East Vancouver at 13503 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd., Suite B-3, near Chuck's Produce. For more information, visit www.kazoodlestoys.com or call 360-823-0123.