The Great and Powerful Tim: Magic To The Future

By : Alex Storer
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A comedy magic show with a plot! When an accident sends an unconfident magician’s assistant back through time, does he have the courage to do a show on his own and generate enough magic to get back to the future? A tribute to 80s films from Back To The Future to The Terminator. Featuring a robot that solves Rubik’s cubes, a shake weight time machine, and a mind-reading goldfish.

Originally from Orlando and an ensemble performer at SAK Comedy Lab, this is Tim’s 5th consecutive Fringe appearance. He currently lives in Los Angeles and is a member of the Academy Of Magical Arts and the Magic Castle.

Venue: Breakthrough Theatre Of Winter Park
421 W Fairbanks Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789

Price: $12 + Fringe Button

Show Times:

Sunday 5/21: 9:00 PM
Wednesday 5/24: 10:00 PM
Thursday 5/25: 7:00 PM
Sunday 5/28: 3:00 PM

Sleeves up, pants down: “The Naked Magic Show” promises full frontal illusions at the Straz Center

By : Jeremy Williams
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We’ve all seen a good magic trick where the magician shows you there is nothing up their sleeves, but one magic act is taking it a step further to show they aren’t hiding anything.

Australia’s smokin’ hot magicians, Christopher Wayne and Mike Tyler, have been selling out shows from Australia to New Zealand to Hong Kong wearing nothing but abs, a smile and a top hat, now they are coming to America with “The Naked Magic Show” at the Straz Center in Tampa Oct. 16.

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Screened Out – Magic in the Moonlight

By : Stephen Miller
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Colin Firth, Emma Stone, Marcia Gay Harden, Jackie Weaver, Simon McBurney

Woody Allen continues to pay homage to the Hollywood films he loves with this trifle of a romantic comedy. He blends a Jazz Age story with European locations, 1930s Rom Com style, and his modern Allen-esque editing. It doesn’t always make for a thrilling ride; in fact, it can seem quite mechanical.

The problem is that – without the black and white cinematography and old Hollywood sense of pace and grand style – this short film actually feels longish and completely uninspiring. As a 1930s film, it wouldn’t even be a classic – perhaps more admired for its style over substance, a way to fill the 2 A.M. slot on Turner Classic Movies.

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Watermark’s 2014 Orlando Fringe Reviews: Keith Brown: Exchange

By : Veronica Brezina
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2011 London Fringe Impresario Award-winner and magician, Keith Brown is making his first appearance at the Orlando Fringe this year with his show Keith Brown: Exchange.

Brown makes you part of his act by asking you questions or even bringing you on stage.

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