Monday, March 22, 2010
Award-winning illusionists invited to perform at world-famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, CA
Roland Sarlot and Susan Eyed, 2009 National Recipients for "Excellence in Magic" and house entertainers at the world's finest resorts, transport their audiences back to a time when magic flourished as an art and was practiced in the salons and “parlours” of the wealthy. The Magic Castle, nestled in the Hollywood Hills of Southern California, gathers the finest illusionists and magicians worldwide for invitation-only performances. “The Magic Castle has an aura of historical mystique and contemporary belt-notch status. Magical entertainers from around the globe covet an invite to this magic landmark and we’re thrilled to share our performance with the Castle audiences!” says Susan Eyed.
The Magic Castle is the private clubhouse for the Academy of Magical Arts, a very special organization devoted to the advancement of the ancient art of magic. This exclusive invitation has been extended to Sarlot and Eyed due to their unique performance style, their fresh twists on the classics of magic, and the popularity of their current show “Carnival of Illusion” a Victorian-inspired parlour show with a modern, hip edge. This intimate experience is limited to only 35 guests per show and while playing in Tucson has been selling out shows since they opened February 5th 2010 and was recently extended for two additional months.
They will appear in the Castle’s “Parlour of Prestidigitation” for three shows a night beginning April 19th through April 25th 2010. If you can’t make the trip to Hollywood, you can still catch their show at 6pm and 8:30pm every Friday and Saturday at the DoubleTree Hotel Tucson at Reid Park. As a bonus, before or after the performance in either hotel restaurant, guests can buy one entrée and receive a (equal or lesser priced) second entrée for FREE. Tickets are available at www.carnivalOFillusion.com or (520) 615-5299.
About: Roland Sarlot and Susan Eyed are the 2009 National recipients for “Excellence in Magic” awarded by the oldest magic convention in the country. Earlier recipients have been Las Vegas headliners Harry Blackstone Jr. and Lance Burton. These entertainers tour nationally sharing their love and respect for the ancient Art of Magic. Fox News called these Las Vegas headliners, “Outstanding”, the LA Weekly wrote “Amazing”, and the Tucson Citizen said, “The Best Show in Tucson.”