Brought to you by Coney Island U.S.A.
Magical Promotions, together with Coney Island USA, presents an afternoon of fun and wonder for the entire family. "Magic at Coney!!!" is a magical variety show highlighting a vast array of magicians; featuring illusionists, escape artists, mentalists and close-up magicians from around the world.
Admission is only $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12 online, or at the door.
Advance tickets at: http://shop.coneyisland.com/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?search=action&category=16MA
Hosted by Gary Dreifus, award-winning magician, mentalist, hypnotist, magic instructor and world-renowned magical host, the performers this week are:
Harrison Greenbaum is one of the most in-demand comics working today. One of Comedy Central's "Comics to Watch," Harrison won the Andy Kaufman Award for originality and creativity in comedy, the Magners Comic Stand-Off, and a Shorty Award. Called the "hardest-working man in comedy" by the New York Daily News, Harrison was the warm-up comedian for Katie, Katie Couric's talk show, and a producer on Primetime: Would You Fall for That? on ABC. Harrison has been featured on SPIKE TV, the Discovery Channel, the Science Channel, and SiriusXM Satellite Radio and writes for MAD Magazine.
Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Patrick Davis is the host and producer of the weekly variety show The Amazing Miracle Hour and appears regularly at Monday Night Magic. Patrick's quick wit and quicker hands make his magical performances a charming complement to any gathering. Let him show you magic like you've never seen it before.
Eric Dittelman has been reading minds at theaters, colleges, comedy clubs, and corporate events all across the country. Often known by just his surname, Dittelman combines amazing mind reading with stand-up and improvisational comedy. In 2012, he blew audiences away as a semi-finalist and judges' favorite on season 7 of NBC's "America's Got Talent." He has also appeared as a guest on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and was featured in "Entertainment Weekly", "Rolling Stone", and even "The National Enquirer".