The Mystique Boutique's Sideshow of Magic and Wonder "Ten-in-One" Variety Show
Date: Sunday, May 10th
Time: 12pm to 6pm
Location: Morbid Anatomy Museum, 424 Third Avenue, 11215 Brooklyn NY
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls step right up and see this traditional "Ten-in-One" variety show. Come for one or stay for all ten. See magic, contortion, sword swallowing, the human blockhead, death defying escapes, live music, and other feats of skill and human oddity.
The Sideshow of Magic and Wonder promises to be the most amazing, the most bizarre,the most dangerous show the Morbid Anatomy Museum has ever seen.
But don't worry, we're family friendly. A good time will be had by all.Don't miss this unique opportunity to see some of New York's finest and most sought after variety and magic performers in this unique event.
The Great Dubini
At the tender age of 7 Gregory Dubin saw a magician remove all of the colors from a coloring book with the simple wave of his hand. That night young Gregory went home and tried to repeat what he had seen with his own coloring book. He could not do it.
Then, after years of study and practice, he could. So he changed his name to The Great Dubin and the rest is history.
Among others, Dubini has performed regularly at Ripley's Believe It or Sideshow of Wonders, The Love Show NYC, with the wildly popular off-Broadway hit Sleep No More, and in his own magic variety show The Mystique Boutique. He's a magician, an actor, and has consulted on several off broadway shows that needed a little magic in their lives.
A professional and award-winning comedy sideshow magician, Cadabra delivers powerful, amazing and devilishly wild magic and sideshow stunts. He has entertained people from China to Coney Island, concert halls to intimate private parties. He is extremely funny, classy, astonishing and above all, amazingly entertaining. A staple of New York's burlesque scene, Albert's unique abilities include eating razor blades and a 3 foot long balloon, hammering 6 inch spikes into his face, electrocuting himself with 20,000 volts of electricity, and turning his assistant into a gorilla. He makes people and animals appear and disappear at will and escapes from chains, shackles, locked crates and straight jackets all with the flair, style, class, and great sense of humor you would expect from a seasoned, professional sideshow magician.
Born and raised in Russia, Ekaterina began performing at the age of five as a rhythmic gymnast eventually joining the Russian National team. After retiring from competition she moved to the US to live a life in circus, dance and burlesque, specializing in physical comedy, contortion and aerial arts.
Ekaterina has worked with a wide variety of artists including Cirque Du Soleil, Cirque Musica, Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, USO and Circus Una Motorcycle Thrillshow, and Sleep No More.
Her work reaches across genres, demographics, venues and tax brackets and she believe that performance in any context can change behaviors and challenge beliefs.
The Sword Swallowing Clown
Living cartoon and natural born weirdo, Jellyboy The Clown has been swallowing swords for nearly a decade. He travels constantly with his Squdling Brothers Sideshow. They performing in theaters, festivals, museums, and concert hall around the world. Jellboy has hosted Coney Island Rockabilly festival, he was a featured performer in Ripley's Believe It or Not's Sideshow of Wonders and he has produced Philadelphia's wildly successful Carnivolution for the past 10 years.
Magic Brian has been entertaining young and old since he first discovered that it was funny to pretend to walk into a door. Having always had an unhealthy interest in magic and been given the name Magic Brian, it was only natural for him to pursue it as a career. Magic Brian has enjoyed performing his unique style of comedy-magic and sideshow for all types of audiences around the world and will continue to do so until the authorities drag him away.
Matt Dallow has played accordion and acted in numerous New York City theatrical productions, including Chautauqua!, Caligula Maximus, Richard II on Trapeze, Manuscripts Dont Burn, Hansel and Gretel, Circus of Circus, and. He has also lent his musical skills to a wide array of bands, such as What Time is it, Mr. Fox?, This Way to the Egress, Outernational!, The Pendulum Swings, The Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players, Big Volcano, and Space Robot Scientists. Additionally, Mr. Dallow is a founding member of the "Gypsy Punk Cabaret" band, Amour Obscur, the family friendly brass band, The Tummy Tones and the New Orleans style street band, The Sunnyside Social Club.
He accompanied the Grim Reaper in a bumper car via the accordion as part of a public art display by the elusive street artist, Banksy (no, he won't tell you who he is!) and lends his talents to various secret pop-up events, such as The Timothy Convention scavenger hunt and the Domino's Sugar Factory photo hunt. Mr. Dallow also performs regularly at Bushwick Burlesque, Mystique Boutique and many other variety and circus theater shows.
For further information Matt Dallow, check out facebook.com/mattdallowmusic, and follow him on twitter @mattdallow
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