New York, NY, January 11, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Comedy magician Randy Masters brings his unhinged magic show back to Broadway Club, for one show only, on Saturday, January 14.
Randy combines comedy, magic, mind reading, and audience-involvement into a high-energy show that is appropriate for ages 6 to 106 (unlike his hands, the comedy is clean). The hour-long show includes illusions with borrowed rings and bills, billiard balls, hot sauce, cards, rope, canned ham, and even potatoes (don’t ask). There will be magic for the kids and sleight of hand and mentalism for the adults. Truly something for everybody.
Broadway Comedy Club is conveniently located on 318 W. 53rd Street in the theater district.
Date of show: January 14, 2017.
Time: Doors open at 12:30 pm. There will be close-up/strolling magic at your table, followed by an hour stand-up comedy magic show from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm.
Please note: there is a two-item food and/or beverage minimum requirement in the comedy club.
Tickets are available on EventBrite or at Broadway Comedy Club the day of the event.
About Randy Masters:
As an actor, Randy was cast as the “Party Magician” for the HBO pilot “40,” produced by Doug Ellin (“Entourage”). He also played "Clown Uncle Matt" in the movie, "Judy Moody and The Not Bummer Summer," starring Heather Graham. Randy has also been featured on "Glory Daze," “Now You See Me,” "Blue Bloods," Louie," "Gotham," and "World's Astonishing News," among other shows. He served as the magic tech advisor for the movie “While We’re Young,” starring Ben Stiller, and the TV show, “Parenthood.” His one-man show, “Comedy Magic Cabaret,” was previously presented off-Broadway at the Roy Arias Theater.