Midnight Magic Show
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About The Show
Join magicians David London and Josh Norris for a Baltimore edition of the Midnight Magic Show! The show will last 90 minutes and feature highlights from each of their one man shows. After a year in Washington, DC, where the show was called "A Best Bet" by The Washington Post and "An Enchanting Evening" by DC Modern Luxury Magagzine, David and Josh are thrilled to bring the show to Baltimore!
Doors open at 11:30 PM, with close-up magic in the lobby until 11:59. Show begins at Midnight.
Tickets are $15 and can be purchased online, or cash at the door.
About Josh Norris
Josh Norris is a national award-winning magician who has been performing for over a decade. His performances, appropriately labeled Interactive Magic, focus on highly visual, audience-involving magic. With over 150 performances in 2008, some of his clients included Lockheed Martin, Phillip Morris, Deloitte, Fannie Mae, and Enterprise. In 2009, Josh was named "Best Public Artist" by the Washington City Paper, topping heralded street artist Shepard Fairey and the Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden.
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About David London
David London is the creator of four original theatrical magic productions, and the author of eight manuscripts related to magic and illusion, who has presented his shows in over 1/3 of the United States. David regularly performs his unique style of magic at theaters, museums, galleries, festivals, and private events. When not on stage, he spends his time writing, making art, inventing things, and exploring the infinite possibilities of the world in which we exist.
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About Paco Fish
Paco Fish thrives on duality. A former scientist, Paco is a dynamic performer of spoken and physical comedy, burlesque, boylesque, stilt walking, juggling, and any other medium where he can find a stage. Most of Paco's characters exist in multiple forms and his acts are visual representations of the transitions between these coexisting identities.
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About EMP Collective
EMP Collective is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to creating and producing multi-media events by collaborating with artists from all backgrounds, across disciplines. Founded in 2010, EMP Collective hopes to nourish emerging artists with its new incubator space (creatively named EMP) at 306 W Redwood Street, in the forgotten Loft District of Baltimore. Funded by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore's Operation Storefront grant, this multi-use arts venue is comprised of a rotating art gallery for developing artists that doubles as a rehearsal / performance space for theatrical and musical events, experimental collaboration, workshops, and film screenings. Click here to visit EMP's Website
306 W. Redwood Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|