Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Award-winning illusionists open the first month of their record breaking 52 performances in Tucson by selling out all shows.

Tucson, Arizona (March 1, 2010) Nationally touring Tucson based illusionist duo Sarlot and Eyed are on record pace to sell out most of their 52 shows, as proven by selling out the entire first month of performances in February.

Roland Sarlot and Susan Eyed, 2009 National Recipients for "Excellence in Magic" and former house entertainers at Canyon Ranch and Miraval Luxury Resort, transport their audiences back to a time when magic flourished as an art and was practiced in the salons and “parlours” of the wealthy. Audiences from all over the Americas packed seats for their highly anticipated first round of shows. Alan and Marla Wells from Ontario, Canada, said, “SUPERB! Best time of our lives! Great, great chemistry between Sarlot & Eyed and the audience! BRAVO!”

“Carnival of Illusion” is a Victorian-inspired parlour show with a modern, hip edge. This intimate experience is limited to only 35 seats per show, which allows the entertainers and the audience to connect on a more personal level. “It’s such a breath of fresh air to see a performance up close and intimate rather than in a sky box or on television. There’s no camera tricks in this show, it’s the real deal!”

Their Herculean mission began February 5th and will continue with two shows nightly at 6pm and 8:30pm every Friday and Saturday at DoubleTree Tucson Hotel at Reid Park. As a bonus, before or after the performance, guests can buy one entrée and receive a (equal or lesser priced) second entrée for FREE in either Double Tree restaurant. Tickets are $25 general, $20 seniors (55+) and juniors (ages 8 to 16) available at 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. They have performed for the 200 Most Powerful Women in America and numerous Fortune 500 CEOs. These entertainers tour nationally sharing their love and respect for the ancient Art of Magic. Fox News called these Las Vegas headliners, “Outstanding” and the LA Weekly wrote “Amazing.”

Brooke Rosania
(520) 615-5299
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