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CELTIC MAGIC: IRISH ILLUSION

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  • Show Dates and Times: Saturday, March 23 at 8:00 PM
    Sunday, March 24 at 2:00 PM
  • Tickets: $18 General Seating / $25 Cabaret Seating
  • Premium Tickets for Saturday, March 23 Only: $40 Ticket includes Cabaret Seating and an intimate 30-minute pre-show gathering at 7:00 PM with Daniel GreenWolf where he will perform amazing close-up feats of magic! These very limited tickets are certain to go fast!

  • For Cabaret Seating only: You are permitted to bring in food to enjoy before the program starts. Cabaret seating includes a free beverage and small cabaret tables located in the front portion of the hall.
  • All seating is on a first come-first serve basis. Doors open one hour before the show. The cash concessions and bar will be open before the show and during intermission.

On Saturday, March 23 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, March 24 at 2:00 p.m., GreenWolf will present Celtic Magic: An Evening of Irish Illusion show. GreenWolf combines magic, storytelling, quick-witted comedy, and a few death-defying feats with the beauty of Irish culture to create a unique theatrical experience. He will be bringing brand new illusions to this year’s show. Tickets for this event are $18-$25.

About Daniel GreenWolf

Daniel GreenWolf is an Award-Winning Magician, Writer, Creator, & Slightly Mad Irishman. GreenWolf was voted as one of the Top Five Solo Variety Acts in the United States by the Renaissance Festival Podcast & Renaissance Magazine for Five Years In A Row.He has opened World-Renowned Musician WENDY RULE, for the CAST OF BEATLEMANIA, as well as International Celtic Rock Group ENTER THE HAGGIS. Daniel has been featured in Two Independent Film Documentaries: MAGIC CAMP and RENAISSANCE FAIRE: ONE YEAR OF BUILDING THE PAST. The Magic of Daniel GreenWolf is a show that takes Highly Visual Magic, Theatrical Storytelling, Exhilarating Irish Music, Interactive Comedy, & Thrilling Danger and wraps it in a Celtic Theme that has been described as “A Witty, Modern-Day Celtic Viking. Like James Joyce with a Broad Sword.”

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