The Artful Deceiver: Arthur Trace
Where: The Pasadena Conservatory (100 North Hill Ave., Pasadena, CA 91106)
When: Saturday, June 25, 2016, at 7:30 PM (More dates to be announced)
Tickets ($35 General Admission, $45 First and Second Row): Buy Tickets
What: From a two-month engagement at the world-famous Wintergarten Theatre in Berlin, to performing for the Prince of Monaco at the Princess Grace Theatre, and then a tour of China with the WuQiao Circus Festival, Arthur Trace has performed his “artful deception” around the globe. On June 25, 2016, he will bring his highly acclaimed show to the intimate Barrett Hall Theater at The Pasadena Conservatory.
In this show unusual props, imaginative scenarios, and masterful sleight of hand will be thoughtfully combined to evoke wonder. Imagine:
-An interactive painting that is transformed through sleight of hand
-What would you do if you could stop time? Arthur will show you what he would do and the outcome is funny and surprising.
-An “invisible bee” that’s brought to life
-Arthur will transform a piece of rope into a magical violin.
-A long-distance call via a tin can phone – the result is unexpected.
The list goes on and on. However, the magic can only happen with YOU. So, purchase your tickets today and get ready for an experience that will astonish and entertain your mind, senses, and funny bone.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How long is the show?
The show runs approximately 70 minutes with no intermission.
Are children allowed to attend?
Children age 10 and older will be admitted as long as an adult accompanies them. The show is family friendly, but the material is geared toward adults.
What time do doors open?
How many people does Barrett Hall seat?
Will I be able to clearly see the show if I’m seated at the back of the audience?
Yes. However, you’re welcome to reserve a seat in the first, or second row in order to guarantee a seat that is close to the action. Reserved seats that are unoccupied will be released 5 minutes prior to show time.
Is there a bar at the venue?
Where do I park?
The Pasadena Conservatory has a parking lot and you’re welcome to park there.