The Magic Chamber (Anacortes): 60 minutes, 30 seats, One outrageous event
"Joey Pipia's magic is invisible," says colleague and magician Kevin Wolfe (who appears nationally himself), adding, "he fools me. That never happens. And, his magic is completely original, so you'll not see it anywhere else; he's world class."
The invisible and original world class magic of Joey Pipia is featured in The Magic Chamber: 60 minutes, 30 seats, One outrageous event," presented for one show only, Saturday February 5th at 7 pm at The Depot Arts Center in Anacortes.
Expect to be dazzled by this performance, honed on the road in Pipia's successful tour of the northwest recreating the legendary work of the great traveling magicians of the early vaudeville era.
"This man could hide an elephant in his coat," said Northwest Magazine in a feature article on the magician and his show; Pipia presented The Magic Chamber for over a year to sold out houses in Port Townsend at The Chameleon Theater.
"The magic happens literally inches away from your eyes," says Pipia. No fancy boxes, no smoke or mirrors. It's the ultimate challenge; up close, fast paced, and amazing.
Grown-ups awake, The Magic Chamber is for you. Kids will enjoy it too, but this event is probably not for six-year olds.
Pipia is touring The Magic Chamber through the Northwest culminating in a three week run at the Tony Award winning Intiman Theater in Seattle this April. Pipia has appeared in film, on TV, and on stages across the country.
As for hiding an elephant in his coat? "You'll just have to see the show," he says.
The Depot Arts Center
611 'R' Street