28 June 2010
City Weekly Posts Illusionicity Review
Scott Renshaw, City Weekly Arts & Entertainment Editor, posted a review of Michelangelo's Illusionicity Show that played the Sandy Amphitheater on June 25, 2010. A few highlights:
". . . a performance like Michelangelo's Illusionicity at Sandy Amphitheater Friday night can remind you what's magical about magic."
". . . Michelangelo himself provided a slick mix of big illusions—ladies chopped in thirds, disappearing and reappearing assistants—and close-up card and rope tricks involving audience members."
"Like all the best magicians, Michelangelo sold his illusions not just with technical knowledge but with theatrical showmanship."
"If anything, Michelangelo's Illusionicity was too short: A 100-minute performance included a 15-minute intermission, and really only a dozen set-piece illusions between dance routines. But quality can trump quantity—and the goofy grins that come from being artfully bamboozled can trump everything."
For the complete review, Click Here
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